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Where to download Chinese IME for MS Office 2003?



 
 
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Old September 27th, 2007, 09:26 AM posted to microsoft.public.office.misc
mapcu
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Default Where to download Chinese IME for MS Office 2003?

I have read the reply of Brandon Johnson on the subject of Japanese IME. Yes,
I got the same info from somewhere in the MS website.
I have spent hours on the download website with no success.
I just need some straight forward anwers to my questions:

Where can I download a Chinese IME for MS Office 2003? I have already done
the language setting for MS office, andI don't really care whether the IME is
for simplified or traditional Chinese characters. I just don't see any
download for Chinese IME for MS office 2003 in the MS Office website! So,
where is it?

Thanks if anyone can enlighten me.

Rgds,
mapcu
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Old September 27th, 2007, 05:40 PM posted to microsoft.public.office.misc
garfield-n-odie [MVP]
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Default Where to download Chinese IME for MS Office 2003?

You say you read the reply of Brandon Johnson, so what part of "There
isn't a MS global IME for Office 2003" do you not understand?

mapcu wrote:

I have read the reply of Brandon Johnson on the subject of Japanese IME. Yes,
I got the same info from somewhere in the MS website.
I have spent hours on the download website with no success.
I just need some straight forward anwers to my questions:

Where can I download a Chinese IME for MS Office 2003? I have already done
the language setting for MS office, andI don't really care whether the IME is
for simplified or traditional Chinese characters. I just don't see any
download for Chinese IME for MS office 2003 in the MS Office website! So,
where is it?

Thanks if anyone can enlighten me.

Rgds,
mapcu


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Old October 1st, 2007, 09:53 AM posted to microsoft.public.office.misc
mapcu
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Default Where to download Chinese IME for MS Office 2003?

I want a Chinese IME, not anything esle, including a global IME.

"garfield-n-odie [MVP]" wrote:

You say you read the reply of Brandon Johnson, so what part of "There
isn't a MS global IME for Office 2003" do you not understand?

mapcu wrote:

I have read the reply of Brandon Johnson on the subject of Japanese IME. Yes,
I got the same info from somewhere in the MS website.
I have spent hours on the download website with no success.
I just need some straight forward anwers to my questions:

Where can I download a Chinese IME for MS Office 2003? I have already done
the language setting for MS office, andI don't really care whether the IME is
for simplified or traditional Chinese characters. I just don't see any
download for Chinese IME for MS office 2003 in the MS Office website! So,
where is it?

Thanks if anyone can enlighten me.

Rgds,
mapcu



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Old October 1st, 2007, 11:36 AM posted to microsoft.public.office.misc
Bob Buckland ?:-\)
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Default Where to download Chinese IME for MS Office 2003?

Hi Mapcu,

It's been awhile since I worked with this, but if I recall correctly, the MS Office 2003 Help files have you sort of searching for a
download that isn't there as a download.

MS Office 2003 uses/piggybacks on the Windows 'Input Method Editors' (IMEs) that may not have been installed on your computer (see
links below)
together with optional install Office 2003 features
'International Support' (for fonts that support Chinese)
and 'Alternative Input' (for access to the tools)
that can be setup through the Microsoft Office Choice in Add/Remove Programs, Advanced Features choice, in the Windows control panel
and then activated through the use of the Office Lanugage settings tool via

Start=Programs=Microsoft Office 2003=Microsoft Office Tools
and also checking in the Windows Control Panel for Text Services to be sure that the Language Bar has been turned on.

http://microsoft.com/globaldev/hands...IME_Paper.mspx
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309360/en-us?FR=1
http://microsoft.com/globaldev/hands...pintlsupp.mspx

That being said, there have been several updates and hotfixes to the IMEs related to Office 2003 and the 'Microsoft Office IME 2003'
from http:microsoft.com/downloads includes the ChangJie (Traditional) chinese update from 2004 that may then need to be downloaded.

You may want to followup in the Word International Features discussion group using the link below.

============
"mapcu" wrote in message ...
I want a Chinese IME, not anything esle, including a global IME.
--
Bob Buckland ?:-)
MS Office System Products MVP
*courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*

A. Specific newsgroup/discussion group mentioned in this message:
news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsof...ional.features
or via browser:
http://microsoft.com/communities/new...ional.features

B. MS Office Community discussion/newsgroups via Web Browser
http://microsoft.com/office/communit...s/default.mspx
or
Microsoft hosted newsgroups via Outlook Express/newsreader
news://msnews.microsoft.com


 




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