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The Word 2000 Multilingual White Paper describes how to configure your computer so that you can easily work with multilanguage documents.
Microsoft Office 2000 programs let you edit and view documents in many languages by taking advantage of the Unicode text-encoding standard. If you do any of the following, you may want to use the multilanguage capabilities of Word 2000:
212400To download the Word 2000 Multilingual White Paper, follow these instructions. The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/212400/EN-US/ )WD2000: General Information About International and Multilingual Features
Wd2000ml.exeFor additional information about how to download Microsoft Support files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
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WHAT ARE MULTILINGUAL FEATURES? WHAT'S NEW WITH MULTILINGUAL SUPPORT? Open and save multilingual files Automatic language detection Type multilingual text Insert dates and times in many languages Format multilingual documents Print multilingual documents Change your interface language SET YOUR OPERATING SYSTEM TO WORK IN MORE THAN ONE LANGUAGE Install system support for multiple languages To install multilanguage support in Windows 2000 To remove multilanguage support in Windows 2000 To install multilanguage support in Windows NT 4.0 To install multilanguage support in Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me) To remove multilanguage support in Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me) To install keyboard layouts To remove keyboard layouts To switch keyboard layouts Requirements for Asian, right-to-left, and other types of languages Asian languages (Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) About Input Method Editors (IMEs) To Install an Input Method Editor Baltic, Central European, Cyrillic, Greek, and Turkish languages Right-to-left languages (Arabic, Hebrew, Farsi, and Urdu) SET MICROSOFT WORD TO WORK IN MORE THAN ONE LANGUAGE To install Office 2000 international support To turn on (enable) editing of multiple languages in Microsoft Word To turn off (disable) editing of multiple languages in Microsoft Word About the Microsoft Office 2000 Proofing Tools About the global interface and the Microsoft Office 2000 MultiLanguage Pack Global interface How to obtain the Microsoft Office 2000 Resource Kit Microsoft Office 2000 MultiLanguage Pack On which disk is each language located? Change the language for the user interface of Office programs Change the language for Help in Office programs UNICODE SUPPORT IN MICROSOFT OFFICE Fonts provided with Office 2000 LIMITATIONS OF LANGUAGE-COMPONENT CAPABILITY MICROSOFT OFFICE 2000 MULTILANGUAGE PACK AND MICROSOFT OFFICE 2000 PROOFING TOOLS What's included in each package? FOR MORE INFORMATION Microsoft Web Resources Microsoft Word 2000 Support Microsoft Download Center Microsoft Office Update Microsoft Office 2000 Resource Kit Office 2000 Multilingual Deployment Guide White Paper Microsoft Knowledge Base Articles