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Copy and paste different languages text to MFC String Table Resource

Posted on 2004-09-19
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Hi,

I am trying to create different string tables for different languages. I have tried to copy and paste the different languages text from the web into the string resource but it appears as "???". It will only works with english alphabets. Though it does not works with copy and paste, it will works if I type directly into the string table. Is there anyway I could copy and paste into the resource? Thanks.
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by:Jaime Olivares
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You can try to type directly into the .rc file
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If I open the .rc file in notepad, it will ask me to save as unicode type. This will cause the .rc not able to load in mfc.
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tsaditya earned 100 total points
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Download this document from this link. Hope it helps

http://www.mattandjess.net/c++/multiplelanguages.doc
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