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Windows 9x East Asian Language Packs. Microsoft decided to take down the language packs for Windows 9x and left users no other option to install Asian languages onto 9x! But now, the wait is over.
When you try to install files for East Asian languages, you are asked for a Windows XP installation disk. These days, Windows comes pre-installed, so few people have a real Windows XP disk. I bought two Thinkpad laptops with Windows XP in and
To do this:. To use Microsoft Office in your preferred language, download an Office language pack. If you represent a government or government agency, a government-affiliated or government-sponsored cultural or language board or institution, or an accredited educational institution, you may redistribute the Pack to validly licensed users of the Software, in the same form as received from Microsoft. Download and install additional languages to view menus, dialog boxes, and other user interface items in your preferred language.
This conversation is currently closed to new comments. It arrived, like, days later. I'd send it to you, gratis, but I'm keeping it just in case my W7 goes south.
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I also made a Windows Vista here. In other words this allows you to add Chinese, Korean, Japanese, ect characters to Windows XP so that you can read and write in those characters. Did you use this instructable in your classroom?
You seem to have CSS turned off. Please don't fill out this field. This project includes all files for Windows XP to install East Asian Langauges default use is for japanese If there is troubles with files, please contact me. Now files are updated to newest version.
No, the author was not confused when he wrote it. This guide aims to remedy that situation. To create this article, volunteer authors worked to edit and improve it over time.