- Insert your Windows XP CD
- Click on the Start menu and then select Control Panel - See a screenshot
- Click on Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options and then click on Regional and Language Options - See a screenshot
- Select the Advanced tab and then pick up the language you would like to use when dealing with non-Unicode programs that wasn't displaying properly from the list (e.g Arabic) - See a screenshot
- Click on OK to save and exit
Arabic, Japanese and other Unicode languages don't display properlyArticle ID: 48
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A specific application software doesn't display Arabic, Japanese and other Unicode languages properly. This is because the current language for non-Unicode programs is not set properly. To resolve this, the current language for non-Unicode programs should be changed to the language you are experiencing problems with.
Changing the current language for non-Unicode programs
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