I think you have posted before and probably didn't get an answer. I'm not going to give you an answer (because I don't have one), but perhaps I can point you in the right direction.
Look at http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/charset.html and see if that helps you. Below is a paragraph I pulled from it.

The document character set, however, does not suffice to allow user agents to correctly interpret HTML documents as they are typically exchanged -- encoded as a sequence of bytes in a file or during a network transmission. User agents must also know the specific character encoding that was used to transform the document character stream into a byte stream.

On Tuesday, October 29, 2002, at 02:20 PM, a.h.s. boy wrote:

I'm working on a PHP-based CMS that allows users to post lengthy article texts by submitting through a form. The short version of my quandary is this: How can I create a conversion routine that reliably substitutes HTML-acceptable output for high-ASCII characters pasted into the form (from a variety of operating systems)?

Brent Baisley
Systems Architect
Landover Associates, Inc.
Search & Advisory Services for Advanced Technology Environments
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