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Microsoft Global IME 5.02

Write Chinese, Japanese and Korean in MS Office 2000 (but not in Office 97 or WordPad), Outlook Express 4.0, Internet Explorer 4.0 and Netscape Communicator 4.72 for Windows ME, 98, 95 or NT 4.0.  Version 5.02 is not compatible with Windows 2000, which has its own IMEs.

You will get the following fonts, codepages and input methods if you install the input method editors with Language Packs:

Simplified Chinese MS Song
MS Hei
CP_936.NLS Pinyin to Hanzi (Quanpin & Shuangpin)
Half-width & full-width English
Traditional Chinese MingLiU CP_950.NLS Zhuyin to Hanzi
Cangjie
Half-width & full-width English
Japanese MS Gothic CP_932.NLS Rômaji to Hiragana & Kanji
Half-width & full-width English
Half-width & full-width Katakana
Korean GulimChe CP_949.NLS Jamo to Hangul and Hanja
Half-width & full-width English
You can install the IME for each language separately.  You do not need not reinstall the Language Packs if you already have them. If you have Word 97 and only need Pinyin to Hanzi, you can use Erik Peterson's free Word 97 macro.

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DynaLab Globalactive Unicode IME

Write Chinese in MS Office 97 and 2000, Outlook Express 4.0, Internet Explorer 4.0 or Netscape Communicator 4.72 for Windows 95, 98 or NT 4.0 (and possibly Windows ME).  You can even write Chinese in WordPad for Windows 98.  Shareware permanently disabled after the trial period.

Click the small green icon on the right end of your Windows taskbar and select one of the following input methods:

DynaLab input methods

If you have Word 97 and only need Pinyin to Hanzi, you can use Erik Peterson's free Word 97 macro.

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Gyula Zsigri [CJK]  [Home] December 3, 2000