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Chapter 26. Word 2000 Multilanguage Feat... > Using Foreign Language Rules for Sor...

Using Foreign Language Rules for Sorting

Different languages have different rules for sorting the items in a list. For example

  • In French, diacritics such as ê are sorted right to left, not left to right as in English.

  • In Norwegian and Swedish, characters with diacritic marks (such as Ä) follow Z at the end of the alphabet.

  • In Spanish, CH is a separate letter of the alphabet between C and D; ñ is a separate letter of the alphabet between N and O.


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