Microsoft KB Archive/159471
Article ID: 159471
Article Last Modified on 1/19/2007
- Microsoft Word 97 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q159471
Microsoft Office 97 provides Far East support for the following four languages:
- Traditional Chinese
- Simplified Chinese
Far East support is not automatically installed with Office 97 or Word 97. To install Far East support as a separate component, see the "More Information" section of this article.
When you install Far East support, you can:
- Correctly display Far East characters in documents created with the Far East version of Office 97. Without the Far East font, the characters appear as block characters.
Note The Far East characters can be viewed but not edited.
- Convert and view documents from Far East versions of Office 95. Without the Far East support files, the Far East characters are lost.
- Convert and view HTML documents in Office 97 programs and in Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0.
- Correctly interpret file properties from documents created in the Far East version of Office 97. Without the Far East support files, if you open a document created with the Far East version of Word, the Properties dialog box (available from the File menu) is blank in the United States version of Word.
To install the Far East support files, follow these steps:
- Insert the Microsoft Office 97 or Word 97 compact disc into the CD-ROM drive.
- Open Windows Explorer.
- Locate and open the ValuPack folder on the CD-ROM drive.
- Double-click the FarEast folder.
Double-click the appropriate .exe file for the language support you want. The following files are self-extracting, self-executing programs:
File name Language ------------------------------------- Chssupp.exe Simplified Chinese Chtsupp.exe Traditional Chinese Jpnsupp.exe Japanese Korsupp.exe Korean
- When Setup is complete, restart your computer.
Note The Far East fonts and support files are large. To remove them, run Setup again.
Language Font name File size --------------------------------------------------------- Simplified Chinese Mssong.ttf 2,569,040 bytes Traditional Chinese Mingliu.ttf 6,272,080 bytes Japanese Msmincho.ttf 5,151,192 bytes Korean Batang.ttf 11,480,192 bytes
For more information about how to do this in earlier versions of Word, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
132431 How to convert Asian Word documents in Word
For information about technical support for localized versions of Microsoft products, please contact the Microsoft subsidiary in the appropriate country.
To locate your subsidiary, see the Microsoft World Wide Offices Web site at the following URL:
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