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Multiterm: Import of Japanese strings
Thread poster: RWSTranslation

RWSTranslation
Germany
Local time: 12:58
Member (2007)
German to English
+ ...
Jan 21, 2003

Hello,


has anyone a solution to import Japanese strings in a multilingual Multiterm database (Version 5.5) without using a Japanese operating system.


Thanks


Hans


 

mmsloboda (X)
Local time: 19:58
Regional Settings Jan 21, 2003

You shouldn\'t have a problem with Win2000 or later if you set the regional settings properly.

 

ALAIN COTE (X)  Identity Verified
Local time: 19:58
Japanese to French
Global IME pack for Japanese Jan 22, 2003

If you download the (free) Japanese Global IME pack (for Office XP) from Microsoft, it should be possible to import Japanese strings in Multiterm. That\'s what I did on the French version of Windows XP, and it works fine.


Good luck!


 


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