Displaying Diacritics in the Library Catalog
To be able to display diacritics and non-English language characters, including Chinese, Japanese and Korean, you need to have specific settings for your Web browser and your Microsoft Office Word program.
To make CJK characters display, you need to do two things.
I. Change settings in Internet Explorer:
1. Click Tools (on the toolbar), then select Internet Options.
2. Select the Fonts button (which is at the bottom of the General tab).
3. For Language Script, choose Latin based.
4. For Web Page Font, choose Arial Unicode MS.
5. Click OK to close the Fonts window.
6. Click OK to close the Internet Options window.
II. Install the universal font for Unicode in Word/Microsoft Office:
In Control Panel, double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.
Do one of the following:
If you installed your Microsoft Office program as part of an Office package, click Microsoft Office in the Currently installed programs box, and then click Change.
If you installed your Office program individually, click the name of your program in the Currently installed programs box, and then click Change.
In the Microsoft Office Setup dialog box, click Add or Remove Features, and
then click Next.
Next to Office Shared Features, click the plus sign (+).
Next to International Support, click the plus sign (+).
Click the icon next to Universal Font, and then select the installation option you want.
You may need the MS Office CD to complete the installation.