1     Scope
 2     Normative references
        2.1     Identical Recommendations | International Standards
        2.2     Paired Recommendations | International Standards equivalent in technical content
        2.3     Additional references
 3     Definitions
 4     Abbreviations
 5     Conventions
 6     Document representations
        6.1     ODIF     
        6.2     ODL and SDIF
 7     Open Document Interchange Format (ODIF)
        7.1     General description
        7.2     Interchange format class A
        7.3     Interchange format class B
        7.4     Descriptors and text units
        7.5     ASN.1 encoding and cryptographic techniques
                  7.5.1     Enciphered information
                  7.5.2     Sealed information
        7.6     Interchange data elements
        7.7     Document profile descriptor
        7.8     Identifiers and expressions
        7.9     Layout descriptors
       7.10     Logical descriptors
       7.11     Style descriptors
       7.12     Default value lists
       7.13     Text units
       7.14     Colour attributes
       7.15     Protected part descriptors
Annex  A – Coded representation
Annex  B – Application class tag assignments
Annex  C – Summary of object identifiers
Annex  D – Examples
        D.1     Example 1:             Sample document from Annex B of ITU-T Rec. T.412 | ISO/IEC 8613-2; Specific layout structure only
        D.2     Example 2:  Sample document from Annex B of ITU-T Rec. T.412 | ISO/IEC 8613-2; Specific logical structure only
        D.3     Example 3:             Sample document from Annex B of ITU-T Rec. T.412 | ISO/IEC 8613-2; Generic layout, generic logical and specific logical structures
        D.4     Example 4:             Sample document from Annex B of ITU-T Rec. T.412 | ISO/IEC 8613-2; Specific layout structure only
        D.5     Example 5:  Sample document profile from Annex C of ITU-T Rec. T.414 | ISO/IEC 8613‑4; Document profile only

Annex  E – Open Document Language (ODL)
        E.1     Introduction
        E.2     Fundamentals
                  E.2.1     Basic objects and their content
                  E.2.2     ODL names
                  E.2.3     Content    
                  E.2.4     Linking the logical and layout structures
                  E.2.5     Attributes
        E.3     Representation of attribute values
                  E.3.1     Constructed parameters
                  E.3.2     String parameters
                  E.3.3     Keyword parameters
                  E.3.4     Integer parameters
                  E.3.5     Real parameters
                  E.3.6     Expression parameters
                  E.3.7     Parameters requiring names or identifiers
                  E.3.8     Special SGML constructs
                  E.3.9     Alternative descriptions
                 E.3.10     Protected parts
        E.4     Shared attributes
                  E.4.1     Identification attributes
                  E.4.2     Construction attributes
                  E.4.3     Relationship attributes
                  E.4.4     Content architecture class attributes: content architecture class
                  E.4.5     Miscellaneous attributes
        E.5     Layout attributes
                  E.5.1     Property, formatting, and imaging attributes
                  E.5.2     Presentation attributes
                  E.5.3     Colour     
        E.6     Logical attributes
                  E.6.1     Protection
                  E.6.2     Layout style
        E.7     Layout style attributes
                  E.7.1     Layout style identifier
                  E.7.2     Layout object class
                  E.7.3     Layout category
                  E.7.4     Logical stream category
                  E.7.5     Logical stream sub-category
                  E.7.6     Other layout directive attributes
                  E.7.7     Derived layout styles
        E.8     Presentation style attributes
                  E.8.1     Presentation style identifier
                  E.8.2     Other presentation style attributes
                  E.8.3     Derived presentation styles
        E.9     Content portion attributes
                  E.9.1     Identification attributes: content identifier
                  E.9.2     Common coding attributes: type of coding
                  E.9.3     Content information attributes
                  E.9.4     Coding attributes
       E.10     Data content notations
                 E.10.1     Notation declarations for content architectures
                 E.10.2     Content-related public text
       E.11     SGML document type declaration and document type definition
                 E.11.1     Generic and specific parts present
                 E.11.2     Generic parts only
                 E.11.3     Specific parts only
       E.12     Identification of ODA/ODL documents
       E.13     Use of SDIF with ODA/ODL documents

       E.14     Document profile
                 E.14.1     Representation of profile values
                 E.14.2     Public text
Annex  F – Examples of Open Document Language representations
        F.1     ODL representation of a document
                  F.1.1     Specific structure examples
                  F.1.2     Generic structure
        F.2     ODL representation of a document profile
Annex  G – Use of the Distinguished or Canonical Encoding type
        G.1     The problem to be solved
        G.2     The approach to a solution
        G.3     The implementation optimization