Full Specifications What's new in version 2.08 This version is the first release on CNET Download.com. General Publisher Publisher web site Release Date September 21, 2007 Date Added September 21, 2007 Version 2.08 Category Category Subcategory Operating Systems Operating Systems Windows XP/Vista Additional Requirements Windows XP/Vista, Mozilla Firefox 1.5 - 2.0 Download Information File Size 29.15KB File Name unicode_converter-2.08-fx.xpi Popularity Total Downloads 37,148 Downloads Last Week 84 Pricing License Model Free Limitations Not available Price Free.
Nov 23, 2016 Download Microsoft Works 6–9 File Converter from Official Microsoft Download Center. Experience the best of Office with the latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more. Microsoft Works 6–9 File Converter Important!. Overview of all available Unicode characters. Convert selected characters to a required format (for developers) or copy characters to the clipboard. Navigate from the overview of all Unicode ranges to the characters. In more than 54,000 characters, find the desired one by entering a search word.
Hello, Our users are experiencing a very discouraging issue in regards to how MS Word (in Windows) handles non-unicode characters. This issue is confirmed in both Word 2007 and the Word 2010 Beta using Windows XP SP3; I suspect it works the same way in 2003. Issue: 1) A user creates a document using a non-unicode font, entering characters to represent scientific notations. For example, he enters a Mu (µ). Note: I pasted in a unicode-compliant Mu for reference.
2) The user opens his document and attempts to copy / paste this non-unicode character representing a Mu into a web browser for entry into our system. It pastes as an unrecognized character. This is expected. 3) The user opens his document, selects the non-unicode character and adjusts its font to 'Arial Unicode MS,' saving the document. He closes / re-opens the document for good measure. Once re-opened, he copies what should be a unicode Mu and pastes it into the web browser.
It is still represented as an unrecognized character. 4) The user creates a new document, sets the font to 'Arial Unciode MS' and creates a Mu. He copies this Mu into the web browser and it pastes over in Unicode, as expected.
Conclusion: Word is not actually converting non-unicode characters into unicode characters when it should, when a unicode font is selected. Instead, it is taking a best-guess for display reasons but doing no actual conversion. How do I overcome this problem? * Can I change some setting in Word to force a conversion?
* Is there a 'cleaner' app or Word macro that will do this? * Other solutions? Additional Notes: * Re-typing the affected documents using unicode is not an option * This is not an issue in Mac OS X using the most recent version of Word. A sample case such as in (3) results in a unicode Mu being pasted into the browser.
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