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Displaying Chinese in Crystal Reports

Posted on 2002-06-06
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Hi,
  I am working on a project that requries me to extract data from Access XP. My platform is Windows 2000 Professional English, Crystal Report 8.5 and Office XP English. There are some records from Access which is Chinese Simplify characters.
 
  When I try to display the data from the Access file the chinese characters will become '????'. Can anybody tell me how can i handle Chinese Characters in Crystal Report?

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Links should have provided the answer

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