For Windows 95, you can add the Japanese language support from the Office
95 installation disk (under the value add or extras folder - it does not
appear in the office installation itself). It may also be on the Office 97
disks as well.
For Windows 98, NT, and 2000, you can add the Japanese language support
from windowsupdate.microsoft.com (click on product updates). Note that
there are two parts to this support - one is for display of documents, the
other is an input method editor. (A third component also exists to cause
Explorer to display all menus and dialogs in Japanese.)
Mika Tuupola wrote:
> I remember seeing somwhere a software which enables
> to see S-JIS character set on web pages without installing
> japanese version of windows. Just can't remember where.
> Anyone have any pointers on this?
> Mika Tuupola http://www.appelsiini.net/~tuupola/
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