The ProQuest foreign language interfaces use Unicode encoding with HTML entity references. If your browser doesn't display these characters correctly, you may need to:
Follow the steps below to install the fonts you need.
If you are using Internet Explorer with Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP, you can download Chinese and Korean Language Support files from the Microsoft Windows update site at http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/default.htm?page=productupdates. (For detailed instructions on enabling foreign languages in Windows, see http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q177561#Task1.)
Or download the files below from the web. These files are language packs available for Office XP from Microsoft and will install the correct fonts on your system.
Running these .exe files will install the following fonts in your system and configure Internet Explorer to use them:
For Netscape, you need to install these fonts, then continue with Configuring Your Browser.
Following is the list of other fonts you can download from sources on the web and install:
Mac OS 9
You need to install the Language Kits supplied with the system CD to view Chinese and Korean characters in browsers. The following links provide information on installing the Language Kits.
Mac OS X
See Alan Wood's resources for Mac OS X for complete information.
Internet Explorer 5 and above:
If you did not download and install .exe files to install your fonts, you will need to configure your browser. Follow these steps:
Netscape 6.1 and above:
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