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2.1.652 Section 15.4.24, Country

a. The standard defines the attribute fo:country, contained within the element <style:text-properties>

This attribute is supported in core Word 2007.

On load, Word 2007 preserves the fo:country attribute as a part of a country language id (as specified by BCP 47) applied to the text range.

This attribute is supported on save for text in SmartArt and chart titles and labels. On write, OOXML's run properties "lang" and "altLang" are used to populate the ODF "fo:country", "style:country-asian" and "style:country-complex" text property attributes. First, "lang" is mapped to the corresponding attribute according to script type. Second, if "altLang" is a different script type than "lang", "altLang" is mapped to the corresponding ODF attribute according to script type, and the third ODF attribute is not written out. If "altLang" is the same script type as "lang", it is not written and the remaining two ODF attributes are not written out. This method is also used to populate "fo:language", "fo:language-asian", and "fo:language-complex" attributes.

b. The standard defines the attribute style:country-asian, contained within the element <style:text-properties>

This attribute is supported in core Word 2007.

On load, Word 2007 preserves the style:country-asian attribute as a part of a country language id (as specified by BCP 47) applied to the text range.

This attribute is supported on save for text in SmartArt and chart titles and labels. On write, OOXML's run properties "lang" and "altLang" are used to populate the ODF "fo:country", "style:country-asian" and "style:country-complex" text property attributes. First, "lang" is mapped to the corresponding attribute according to script type. Second, if "altLang" is a different script type than "lang", "altLang" is mapped to the corresponding ODF attribute according to script type, and the third ODF attribute is not written out. If "altLang" is the same script type as "lang", it is not written and the remaining two ODF attributes are not written out. This method is also used to populate "fo:language", "fo:language-asian", and "fo:language-complex" attributes.

c. The standard defines the attribute style:country-complex, contained within the element <style:text-properties>

This attribute is supported in core Word 2007.

On load, Word 2007 preserves the style:country-complex attribute as a part of a country language id (as specified by BCP 47) applied to the text range.

This attribute is supported on save for text in SmartArt and chart titles and labels. On write, OOXML's run properties "lang" and "altLang" are used to populate the ODF "fo:country", "style:country-asian" and "style:country-complex" text property attributes. First, "lang" is mapped to the corresponding attribute according to script type. Second, if "altLang" is a different script type than "lang", "altLang" is mapped to the corresponding ODF attribute according to script type, and the third ODF attribute is not written out. If "altLang" is the same script type as "lang", it is not written and the remaining two ODF attributes are not written out. This method is also used to populate "fo:language", "fo:language-asian", and "fo:language-complex" attributes.

d. The standard defines the attribute fo:country, contained within the element <style:text-properties>

This attribute is not supported in core Excel 2007.

This attribute is supported on save for text in text boxes and shapes, SmartArt, and chart titles and labels, and on load for text in any of the following elements:

<draw:rect>

<draw:polyline>

<draw:polygon>

<draw:regular-polygon>

<draw:path>

<draw:circle>

<draw:ellipse>

<draw:caption>

<draw:measure>

<draw:text-box>

<draw:frame>

<draw:custom-shape>

On write, the run properties lang and altLang in Excel 2007 are used to populate the ODF fo:country, style:country-asian, and style:country-complex text property attributes. First, lang is mapped to the corresponding attribute according to script type. Second, if altLang is a different script type than lang, altLang is mapped to the corresponding ODF attribute according to script type, and the third ODF attribute is not written out. If altLang is the same script type as lang, it is not written, and the remaining two ODF attributes are not written out. This method is also used to populate the fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex attributes.

On read, this attribute is dropped. The fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex attributes are used to populate the Excel 2007 lang property.

e. The standard defines the attribute style:country-asian, contained within the element <style:text-properties>

This attribute is not supported in core Excel 2007.

This attribute is supported on save for text in text boxes and shapes, SmartArt, and chart titles and labels, and on load for text in any of the following elements:

<draw:rect>

<draw:polyline>

<draw:polygon>

<draw:regular-polygon>

<draw:path>

<draw:circle>

<draw:ellipse>

<draw:caption>

<draw:measure>

<draw:text-box>

<draw:frame>

<draw:custom-shape>

On write, the run properties lang and altLang in Excel 2007 are used to populate the ODF fo:country, style:country-asian, and style:country-complex text property attributes. First, lang is mapped to the corresponding attribute according to script type. Second, if altLang is a different script type than lang, altLang is mapped to the corresponding ODF attribute according to script type, and the third ODF attribute is not written out. If altLang is the same script type as lang, it is not written, and the remaining two ODF attributes are not written out. This method is also used to populate fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex attributes.

On read, this attribute is dropped. The fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex attributes are used to populate the Excel 2007 lang property.

f. The standard defines the attribute style:country-complex, contained within the element <style:text-properties>

This attribute is not supported in core Excel 2007.

This attribute is supported on save for text in text boxes and shapes, SmartArt, and chart titles and labels, and on load for text in any of the following elements:

<draw:rect>

<draw:polyline>

<draw:polygon>

<draw:regular-polygon>

<draw:path>

<draw:circle>

<draw:ellipse>

<draw:caption>

<draw:measure>

<draw:text-box>

<draw:frame>

<draw:custom-shape>

On write, the run properties lang and altLang in Excel 2007 are used to populate the ODF fo:country, style:country-asian, and style:country-complex text property attributes. First, lang is mapped to the corresponding attribute according to script type. Second, if altLang is a different script type than lang, altLang is mapped to the corresponding ODF attribute according to script type, and the third ODF attribute is not written out. If altLang is the same script type as lang, it is not written, and the remaining two ODF attributes are not written out. This method is also used to populate the fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex attributes.

On read, this attribute is dropped. The fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex attributes are used to populate the Excel 2007 lang property.

g. The standard defines the attribute fo:country, contained within the element <style:text-properties>

This attribute is supported on load for text in the following elements:

<draw:rect>

<draw:polyline>

<draw:polygon>

<draw:regular-polygon>

<draw:path>

<draw:circle>

<draw:ellipse>

<draw:caption>

<draw:measure>

<draw:text-box>

<draw:frame>

<draw:custom-shape>

On write, the run properties lang and altLang in PowerPoint 2007 are used to populate the ODF fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex text property attributes. First, lang is mapped to the corresponding attribute according to script type. Second, if altLang is a different script type than lang, altLang is mapped to the corresponding ODF attribute according to script type, and the third ODF attribute is not written out. If altLang is the same script type as lang, it is not written, and the remaining two ODF attributes are not written out. This method is also used to populate the fo:country, style:country-asian, and style:country-complex attributes.

On read, this attribute is dropped. The fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex attributes are used to populate the PowerPoint 2007 lang property.

h. The standard defines the attribute style:country-asian, contained within the element <style:text-properties>

This attribute is supported on load for text in the following elements:

<draw:rect>

<draw:polyline>

<draw:polygon>

<draw:regular-polygon>

<draw:path>

<draw:circle>

<draw:ellipse>

<draw:caption>

<draw:measure>

<draw:text-box>

<draw:frame>

<draw:custom-shape>

On write, the run properties lang and altLang in PowerPoint 2007 are used to populate the ODF fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex text property attributes. First, lang is mapped to the corresponding attribute according to script type. Second, if altLang is a different script type than lang, altLang is mapped to the corresponding ODF attribute according to script type, and the third ODF attribute is not written out. If altLang is the same script type as lang, it is not written, and the remaining two ODF attributes are not written out. This method is also used to populate the fo:country, style:country-asian, and style:country-complex attributes.

On read, this attribute is dropped. The fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language- complex attributes are used to populate the PowerPoint 2007 lang property.

i. The standard defines the attribute style:country-complex, contained within the element <style:text-properties>

This attribute is supported on load for text in the following elements:

<draw:rect>

<draw:polyline>

<draw:polygon>

<draw:regular-polygon>

<draw:path>

<draw:circle>

<draw:ellipse>

<draw:caption>

<draw:measure>

<draw:text-box>

<draw:frame>

<draw:custom-shape>

On write, the run properties lang and altLang in PowerPoint 2007 are used to populate the ODF fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language-complex text property attributes. First, lang is mapped to the corresponding attribute according to script type. Second, if altLang is a different script type than lang, altLang is mapped to the corresponding ODF attribute according to script type, and the third ODF attribute is not written out. If altLang is the same script type as lang, it is not written, and the remaining two ODF attributes are not written out. This method is also used to populate the fo:country, style:country-asian, and style:country-complex attributes.

On read, this attribute is dropped. The fo:language, fo:language-asian, and fo:language- complex attributes are used to populate the PowerPoint 2007 lang property.

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