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Greetings,

I have developed a Windows Application using C# programming language. The windows application has a menu bar (standard .net menu control) that is constructed dynamically at run time. The title/name of the menuitem(s) is stored externally in a XML file and is read to build the menu.

I am now trying to localize this application. Localizing the menu bar for Western characters is not a problem. I am having trouble displaying Japanese characters/strings as the menuitem title/name as the font being used does not support Japanese scripts.

I do not know how to set the font type of the menu/menuitems dynamically at run time. I can't find any property that allows me to do this in the menu control.

Could anyone let me know how this can be done.

I appreciate all help.

Thanks

Ravi
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