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Is there a way to change unicode in MSWord 2003 to a normal text so that
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Well, Unicode is "normal text." What are you seeing?

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Is there a way to change unicode in MSWord 2003 to a normal text so that
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Suzanne S. Barnhill;2632472 Wrote:
Well, Unicode is "normal text." What are you seeing?

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oh, I mean change from something like "& # 3 6 1 5 ; & # 3 6 2 7 ; & #
3 5 8 5 ; & # 3 6 0 4 ;" to readable text
"ฟหกด".

I put space between each letter so that the browser doesn't show the
Thai font here.




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What you have pasted looks more like HTML. In Tools | Options | General (or
the Word 2007 equivalent), check the box for "Confirm conversion at open."
This will give you the opportunity to choose the format that makes your
document readable, which may or may not help. Do you have the Thai font
installed?

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Suzanne S. Barnhill;2632472 Wrote:
Well, Unicode is "normal text." What are you seeing?

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oh, I mean change from something like "& # 3 6 1 5 ; & # 3 6 2 7 ; & #
3 5 8 5 ; & # 3 6 0 4 ;" to readable text
"ฟหกด".

I put space between each letter so that the browser doesn't show the
Thai font here.




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I do have Thai font install.

I check the box for "Confirm conversion at open", reopen the file, but
it still doesn't work.




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