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Your computer must be able to display Chinese text for you to read information on our website. If you do not have the software to display Chinese text, here are some sites for free downloads.
Mac users may run a Macintosh Chinese Operating System and install a Chinese Language Kit (http://guide.apple.com/uscategories/language_us.lasso) for Macintosh English Operating System.
For version IE 5.0 & above
IE5 comes with a Multi-Language Support function that enables you to view common languages/font types found on the web. To make sure you have installed the necessary languages, you should install IE5 using "Customised Installation" instead of "Typical Installation". To facilitate viewing, you can set your browser to automatically determine the appropriate language encoding to use.
- From the "View" menu, go to "Encoding".
- Select "Autoselect" (there should be a Check mark beside this feature when it is selected.)
- If you are prompted to download language support components, click "Download". If "Auto-Select" feature is unable to determine the correct language encoding, and you know what language encoding it should be, you can manually select it.
Note: Having a particular language pack does not ensure your computer will have fonts that can display Web pages of that language. To be prompted when fonts need to be added:
- From the "Tools" menu
- Click "Internet Options"
- Go to "Advanced" tab
- Select "Enable Install On Demand" check box.