how to translate?



cy
07-09-2005, 11:25 PM
i received an email from china but it has not came in chinese, i dont know
what it is? This is what it looks like (À´×ÔÒ×ȤÊÕ¿îºÍÐÅÓùÜÀí²¿µÄÖØÒªÐÅÏ¢)
although its like that the whole way through the email this is only part of
it. i really need to know what this says so could someone please tell me how
i could have this translated???

thanks in advance

Bob I
07-09-2005, 11:25 PM
Reply to it with a request that the author translate it to english.

cy wrote:

> i received an email from china but it has not came in chinese, i dont know
> what it is? This is what it looks like (À´×ÔÒ×ȤÊÕ¿îºÍÐÅÓùÜÀí²¿µÄÖØÒªÐÅÏ¢)
> although its like that the whole way through the email this is only part of
> it. i really need to know what this says so could someone please tell me how
> i could have this translated???
>
> thanks in advance

T. Waters
07-09-2005, 11:25 PM
cy wrote:
> i received an email from china but it has not came in chinese, i dont
> know what it is? This is what it looks like
> (ȤտùҪϢ) although its like that the whole
> way through the email this is only part of it. i really need to know
> what this says so could someone please tell me how i could have this
> translated???
>
> thanks in advance

This is from Help and Support:

To install East Asian language files on your computer:
You must be logged on as a computer administrator in order to complete this
procedure.
-Open Regional and Language Options in Control Panel.
-On the Languages tab, under Supplemental language support, select the
Install files for East Asian languages check box.
-Click OK or Apply.
-You will prompted to insert the Windows CD-ROM or point to a network
location where the files are located.
-After the files are installed, you must restart your computer.
Notes
-To open Regional and Language Options, click Start, click Control Panel,
and then double-click Regional and Language Options.
-The East Asian languages include Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. The files
for most other languages are installed on your computer automatically by
Windows.
-It is recommended that you install these files only if you are going to be
entering or receiving text in one or more of these languages. The Chinese,
Japanese, and Korean files require about 230 megabytes (MB) of space on your
hard disk. In addition to the language files, Input Method Editors (IMEs)
are installed for each of the three languages.
-After you install the East Asian language files on your computer's hard
disk, you must add the individual languages for which you want to enter and
display text. After you add a language, the language is loaded into memory
every time you start your computer. For more information, click Related
Topics.
-To remove the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean files from your computer, clear
the check box, and then click OK or Apply.


how to translate?