Hebrew encoding on windows

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    Joseph S
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  • #623750

    Joseph
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    Still counting the Windows version numbers?

    (sorry, couldn’t resist!)

  • #623751

    noitallmr
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    Joseph Hee Hee.

    Great stuff. Hopefully he won’t take that to heart!

  • #623752

    mariner
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    noitallmr, joseph: i wont take it to heart. (btw, everyone agrees 7 is a dumb name, but They do have some convoluted reason for that number)

    jospeh s: ill assume you are talking about a word document or the similar. here are the directions for installing hebrew: (its from a nifty site created by daniel petri, a yid who made aliyah years ago. its a great site, and very easy to understand for the newbie)

    xp: http://www.petri.co.il/install_hebrew_on_windows_xp.htm

    vista: http://www.petri.co.il/install_hebrew_on_windows_vista.htm

  • #623753

    Joseph S
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    Could any one help me out please, am asking about windows encoding.

  • #623754

    Joseph
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    Joe S, Try mariner’s links and see if they help you.

    mariner, there convoluted reason is their Marketing Department. They decided to call Windows ’95 that, instead of Windows 4.0, because of the terrible reputation that MS-DOS 4.0 earned itself. And if they called the next version by its logical number, Windows 9.0, they were probably afraid people would think Windows is getting old and start thinking Linux or Mac or whatever else.

  • #623755

    jphone
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    In your Windows IE window. Click on:

    View

    Encoding

    More

    Hebrew (windows)

  • #623756

    mariner
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    jospeh s: encoding what? what program exactly are you having issues with? you have to be more specific.

  • #623757

    ujew
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    Mariner, thanx for your info!

    I was having the same issue, and the links you posted resolved it.

  • #623758

    jphone
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    If you are not looking to install any aplications with hebrtew charachter support, but simply want to view a web page that displays hebrew charachters, using your Internet Explorer toolbar (not sure how to implement in other browsers) follow this path:

    Click on:

    View

    (then)Encoding

    (then)More

    (then) Hebrew (windows) – make sure this is checked.

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