2.1.1136 Part 4 Section 4.3.1.15, kinsoku (Kinsoku Settings)

a.   The standard does not specify which values of the lang attribute represent valid East Asian languages.

In PowerPoint, the value for the lang attribute must be one of the following:

Value

Description

ja-jp

Japanese.  Specifies that the settings apply to runs of text with the langId attribute of the rPr element (“[ECMA-376] Part 4 §5.1.5.3.9; rPr (Text Run Properties)”) equal to ja-jp (Japanese).

ko-kr

Korean.  Specifies that the settings apply to runs of text with the langId attribute of the rPr element (“[ECMA-376] Part 4 §5.1.5.3.9; rPr (Text Run Properties)”) equal to ko-kr (Korean).

zh-cn

Chinese (Simplified).  Specifies that the settings apply to runs of text with the langId attribute of the rPr element (“[ECMA-376] Part 4 §5.1.5.3.9; rPr (Text Run Properties)”) equal to one of the following:

zh-cn (Chinese (Simplified, PRC))

zh-sg (Chinese (Simplified, Singapore))

ii-cn (Yi (PRC))

zh-tw

Chinese (Traditional).  Specifies that the settings apply to runs of text with the langId attribute of the rPr element (“[ECMA-376] Part 4 §5.1.5.3.9; rPr (Text Run Properties)”) equal to one of the following:

zh-tw (Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan))

zh-hk (Chinese (Traditional, Hong Kong SAR))

zh-mo (Chinese (Traditional, Macao))

The value is case insensitive.

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