RTT wrote:
>>> 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
> Yes, you can. If application is Unicode, there is only the need to
> activate the Chinese Keyboard (that need to be previously installed on
> the Regional Settings, Keyboards and Languages) and start typing.

But that did not trigger the problem Frank reported on my XP PRO with
Far Eastern language pack installed.

Arno Garrels
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