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Problems with entering Czech terms in MultiTerm 5
Thread poster: xxxJReiter
xxxJReiter
Germany
Local time: 21:13
English to German
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Jul 23, 2008

Dear colleagues,

I have a problem with entering Czech terms in MultiTerm 5.

I'm working in a German PC environment and when I'd like to edit entries in Czech the characters are displayed as question marks. The same happens when I try to copy and paste the terms (which works fine among Office documents).

The same happens with Russian terms.

I use a German version of MultiTerm 5.

Do I need to change the language settings and the working environment of the PC into Czech? Do I need to install special language codes for Word etc.?

If you could help me with this, I would be very happy.

Kind regards,

Teresa


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