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Monday, June 20, 2005

How to Display and Edit Chinese in English Windows Systems

It occurred to me that since I occasionally post Chinese text here, readers might appreciate a guide to displaying and editing Chinese text in English Windows systems. Most readers who read Chinese will already know how to do this, but there are a few advanced wrinkles that may have escaped their attention, particularly when working with something other than Internet Explorer.

I looked at a number of web sites and found one that is fairly comprehensive: http://lingua.mtsu.edu/chinese-computing/faq/pc.html

For those who don't want to read all that, mostly it's a question of going to the View (or equivalent) menu on your browser, selecting Encoding (or equivalent), and then selecting Chinese Simplified (GB), since that is usually the font I'll be using. Another option to try is Chinese Traditional (Big5).

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