[b-hebrew] WLC Unicode Text

Peter Kirk peterkirk at qaya.org
Sun May 1 20:19:17 EDT 2005


On 01/05/2005 03:21, cpaman at bellsouth.net wrote:

>Would anyone on this list be able to point me to a source of information on getting Unicode to work for me?  I am using Windows 2000 Professional and Microsoft Word 2000.  I have downloaded the UPS10.dll and EZRA SIL SR and have them installed.  UPS10.dll I installed in both IE directory and my WORD directory.  However, I still get the boxes when I go to the site with WLC and load text.  If there is a site or a previous thread that will assist me I would appreciate any assistance either off-line or through this group. 
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First, you need to enable Hebrew support in both Windows 2000 and Word 
2000. The first is done through Control Panel, select Hebrew as one of 
the supported languages. The second is done through a special 
application Microsoft Office Language Settings, again select Hebrew 
support. You should then get no boxes but the correct characters, 
although for correct positioning of accents you need the latest version 
of usp10.dll which is not available with your out of date setup.

usp10.dll should be in windows/system32, not just in your IE and Word 
folders. But you probably have some version of it there already, so this 
is unlikely to be your main problem.

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Peter Kirk
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