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Default charoff attribute

Hello,
I dont quite understand the explanation of the charoff attribute in chapter 4 Tables, page 145.
So does this attribute shift the whole cell content to the left/right or does it only shift partly of the cell content to an direction?

I know its not supported by browsers but i would like to receive a clear explanation of this attribute and if possible an example.

Thanks in advance
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