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VB6 run on Windows 7 32 bit problem

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Dear all,

I have a in-house program wrote by Visual Basic 6 which running on Windows 2000 for 10 years. But now the program have deployed on Windows 7 platform.

Some Chinese Characters display '?' on the textfield but some without problem. Any solutions to me? Unicode? ANSI? I've no idea at all. Thanks a lot.

With regards,
Wataw
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