> > I was thinking of Windows being unicode... Isn't it possible to
> > enter Chinese characters with Arial on all Windows'?
> No, you can't.
> You have to change your Windows character set to an unicode
> character set like #Arial Unicode MS
Chinese is not installed as standard, but is an install option on all
recent versions of windows. In Regional and Language Options, Languages,
tick the two boxes for supplemental language support.
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