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Viewing japanese characters in Data environment report

Posted on 2002-07-11
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my access database is containing some japanese characters. and when i run my data report it shows all other fields but shows junk characters instead of japanese letters. how can i see japanese characters in the data report.

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A.Pandey
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In your case, use the Japanese version of windows.
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i have done it, infact my code is copied in that only. do i need to select any special font also? right now i am trying to select various fonts like arial unicode but no success till now.
any further suggestions

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sorry it was my fault. actually i was not changing the fonts of bound controls.

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A.Pandey
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