From: Raymond Mercier (RaymondM@compuserve.com)
Date: Tue Apr 05 2005 - 07:01:20 CST
Andrew C. West writes
> That should be no suprise. In general, under Windows NT4/2K/XP, Unicode
> rendering works better in plain text apps such as Notepad than in clever
> such as Word. Notepad doesn't try to be clever ... it just sends the text
> give it to Uniscribe for processing and rendering; Word tries to be
> clever, and
> in the end usually fails miserably.
Fine, although one of the 'clever' things in Word is that at least there I
can enter any character I want, but in Notepad how does one enter M+macron ?
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