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Internet Explorer 4.0 users can input Japanese and Korean text into Webforms and into Outlook Express 4.0 e-mail messages on any language versionof Windows 95 and NT 4.0 using Internet Explorer Input Method Editor (IME)4.0 for Japanese and Korean.
Current Microsoft Language Packs allow any language version of InternetExplorer 4.0 to display Japanese or Korean characters. With InternetExplorer Japanese or Korean IME 4.0, you can write those characters, too,without a special keyboard or a different language browser. InternetExplorer IME 4.0 makes Internet Explorer 4.0 the only major browser thatallows you to read and write East Asian characters.
After you install the Internet Explorer Japanese IME 4.0 or InternetExplorer Korean IME 4.0, or both, Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0 displays theInternet Explorer IME 4.0 icon on the task bar whenever Internet Explorer4.0 is active, or whenever the user clicks in the body of a message inOutlook Express 4.0.
To write in Japanese or Korean characters, the user just clicks theIME icon, selects Japanese or Korean, and starts typing.
Users can type different languages on the same page. Internet Explorer IME4.0 also comes with multi-lingual Help.
To download the IME, please see the following Microsoft World-Wide Website:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 Service Pack 1, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 Service Pack 2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 128-Bit Edition, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.02, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.01, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.0, Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 Standard Edition, Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0 Developer Edition