How to use Japanese program on XP?
Thread poster: xxxTamie
xxxTamie
United States
Local time: 12:54
Japanese to English
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Apr 12, 2003

I just upgraded my computer to XP. I am having troubles using my Japanese dictionaries. All menu bars of my dictionaries appear \"Mojibake\". How can I fix this? Please somebody let me know how to view menu bars for my dictionaries in Japanese.

I am also having a trouble with my email too. The subject line turns into \"Mojibake\" if it is written in Japanese. I use microsoft outlook. I would really appreciate if someone can help me.


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Katalin Horváth McClure  Identity Verified
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Are you using English or Japanese version? Apr 13, 2003

Are you using English or Japanese version of XP?



I think I might have a solution for you, but tell me which language version of XP you using.



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bd2016
United States
Local time: 14:54
English to Japanese
This website has the info Apr 13, 2003

http://www.nihongo-ok.com/



Good website to show how to use Japanese in XP.

I am using XP too but have no problem.

You need to change

\"Regional and Language option\" in Control Panel.

I hope this helps.







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On 2003-04-12 18:06, Tamie wrote:

I just upgraded my computer to XP. I am having troubles using my Japanese dictionaries. All menu bars of my dictionaries appear \"Mojibake\". How can I fix this? Please somebody let me know how to view menu bars for my dictionaries in Japanese.

I am also having a trouble with my email too. The subject line turns into \"Mojibake\" if it is written in Japanese. I use microsoft outlook. I would really appreciate if someone can help me.



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ALAIN COTE  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:54
Japanese to French
Specify Japanese for non unicode programs Apr 13, 2003

In the Linguistic and regional options -> Advanced options (my translation of the French Windows XP menus, it may be a bit different), you can specify Japanese for your non unicode programs. I use a lot of Japanese programs on the French version of Windows XP, and there is no mojibake.



Alain


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xxxTamie
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Thank you every body!! Apr 13, 2003

I changed the unicode to Japanese and got my dictionaries working. Thank you so much!! You guys are my heros!!

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