A content object describes the logical structure of the document by specifying various logical sections on a page. These sections can consist of several columns. Any text inside a section is split into paragraphs, each of which is assigned a specific function (e.g. heading, main body, header/footer, note, etc.).
If lists are detected on a document, the properties of the related paragraphs specify the list level and the location of the paragraph within the list. The structure of a list is described in a separate object array.
|paragraphs||object array||An array of document paragraphs, ordered in read order.|
|lists||object array||An array of all lists detected in a document.|