Siemens Word.Bit addressing clarity

Good day all. I have read a few posts and whatnot regarding bit addressing for words. To make sure I am clear, it would be like this correct?

ns=1;s=[Feritte Box Tester - Boardroom]DB900,W208.2

No. Should be:

ns=1;s=[Feritte Box Tester - Boardroom]DB900,X208.2

OK, even though its a word, since I am reading bit level, I need to use the "X" to define that. Thanks

But it isn't a word. Data blocks are just bytes. They are interpreted otherwise by code when addressed as something else, but they are just bytes to the protocol. That's why the offset is always a byte offset.

I understand now. Thank you sir!