http://www.microsoft.com/ie/ is certainly still current. When you get
to that page, you should click on the "Download" link, and you'll get a
choice of downloads, including IE3, IE4, and the language packs for IE3
or IE4. I'm not sure if there are actually any differences between the
IE3 and IE4 language packs, but I'm pretty sure if you already have the
IE3 language pack on your machine, you don't need to download the IE4
pack for the same language.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Edward Cherlin [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, August 02, 1997 8:06 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: MS Language Packs (was Re: FW: MS-Windows and Unicode
> At 5:23 PM -0700 1/16/97, unicode@Unicode.ORG wrote:
> >>Re "how many more
> >>years before PC users get a cheap MS knockoff of the Japanese
> Language Kit
> >>the Mac", four such FE language packs are included on the Office 97
> >>well as on the NT 4.0 CD-ROM and the language packs for Win95 are
> >>downloadable for free from http://www.microsoft.com/ie/.
> I archived this message in January. When I went to test the link for
> article in Multilingual Computers & Communication, I found that it
> does not
> exist. Can we have an up-to-date reference?
> I tried the Microsoft site search and AltaVista without finding
> but another broken link.
> Ed Cherlin, President firstname.lastname@example.org
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