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Chapter 27. Web Browsing with Internet E... > Viewing Web Pages in Other Languages

Viewing Web Pages in Other Languages

Do you frequently find yourself browsing pages created in an alphabet that's not the same one used in your Windows language settings? Before Internet Explorer can display foreign-language pages, you must use the IE5 Setup program to install support for the appropriate languages. A Pan-European add-in allows most Western European languages to display correctly. Japanese, Korean, and Chinese add-ins are available as well.

→To learn more about installing multi-language support, see Appendix B, "Updating Internet Explorer 5.0," p. 887.


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