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    Writing Chinese Under Windows 2000 Professional/XP

    This is not intended to be a comprehensive manual to writing Chinese under Windows 2000 Professional/XP, but rather a quick and dirty guide to get someone new to Chinese computing going.



    1. Once Chinese language support and IME have been installed on a computer running Windows 2000 Professional (or Windows 98/95 for that matter), there should be a Language bar button on the right hand side of the taskbar at the bottom of the Windows desktop. If you left click on it, then the language input options you have installed should appear. Scroll to the language option you want (in this case Chinese), and left click to select it as an input option.


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    Implemented this very thing at work for all the non-english-speaking students.

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    This used to be a major headache, especially back in the days before XP... With XP, multilanguage support improved dramatically, especially with the improved MUI (multilingual User Interface), not only could you read and write in the desired language but they added so that context menus, program menus, system menus, well basically the whole OS is changed to the desired language. With 2K there is a MUI but it is not so good I think. With XP they refined it and made it better.

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    Yep....it's quite easy to configure and not that hard on Win2K...it's just took a bit of fiddling to get it going at first.

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