<sdt> (Block-Level Structured Document Tag)

This element specifies the presence of a structured document tag around one or more block-level structures (paragraphs, tables, etc.). The two child elements of this element shall be used to specify the properties and content of the current structured document tag via the <sdtPr> and <sdtContent> elements, respectively.

      <w:alias w:val="address"/>

The <sdt> element specifies the structured document tag, the child <sdtPr> element contains the friendly name property set to address, and the <sdtContent> element contains a single paragraph (it is a block-level structured document tag). ]

Parent Elements

<body>2.2.2); <comment>; <customXml>; <docPartBody>2.12.6); <endnote>2.11.2); <footnote>2.11.10); <ftr>2.10.3); <hdr>2.10.4); <sdtContent>; <tc>2.4.62); <txbxContent>

Child Elements


<sdtContent> (Block-Level Structured Document Tag Content)


<sdtEndPr> (Structured Document Tag End Character Properties)


<sdtPr> (Structured Document Tag Properties)


The following XML Schema fragment defines the contents of this element:

<complexType name="CT_SdtBlock">
	<element name="sdtPr" type="CT_SdtPr" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
	<element name="sdtEndPr" type="CT_SdtEndPr" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
	<element name="sdtContent" type="CT_SdtContentBlock" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>