• RELEVANCY SCORE 4.75

    DB:4.75:Japanese Ime Error Adding Word c3





    你好
    我的系統是W7的
    我要在IME 日文的地方加入新字
    原本還是正常可以使用
    但最近卻出現Error Adding Word的視窗
    一直無法加字
    請問有辦法解決嗎??
    謝謝

    DB:4.75:Japanese Ime Error Adding Word c3

    你好!
    換一個帳戶可以使用!
    那我原先的帳戶要怎麼修改?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.53

    DB:4.53:Japanese Ime With Windows 7 pm





    I'm using the Japanese IME with windows 7, I have a problem whenever trying to add a new word or entry. I get a message saying error adding word, and the some of the entries I saved before were gone. How do i fix this ?

    DB:4.53:Japanese Ime With Windows 7 pm

    f you are facing an issue adding a new Japanese word/entry in language bar post your query in the Windows forum below as language bar is a part of Windows and not Office:
    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.27

    DB:4.27:Ie8 Not Compatible With Japanese Ime Pad xz





    Hello ,

    DB:4.27:Ie8 Not Compatible With Japanese Ime Pad xz

    Hi Vijay,

    I suggest you to post your query in Internet Explorer Development forums. Please visit the link below to find a community that will offer the support you request.

    http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/iewebdevelopment/threads

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Japanese Ime Not Available. c7


    hi there,

    DB:3.51:Japanese Ime Not Available. c7

    Hi Kaistiggity

    Thank you for visiting Windows Vista Community. Your post is out of scope for the Windows Vista Community forum.

    This issuewould be better suited in the Technetcommunity. Please visit the link below to find a community that will offer the support you request.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc748933(WS.10).aspx

    Ken
    Microsoft Answers Support Engineer
    Visit our
    Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.27

    DB:3.27:Japanese Ime With Windows 7 ms


    I've been using the IME for a while and it works fine. Recently (I think my computer may have auto-updated) the IME wont work in certain windows. The buttons on the bottom bar are locked out when my cursor isn't in a text box and in some cases like Rosetta
    stone it's completely locked. I can't choose hiragana or anything until I put my cursor in a text box like the search bar. Any ideas?

    DB:3.27:Japanese Ime With Windows 7 ms

    thanks! I haven't narrowed down exactly what was causing it but the clean boot has fixed it so far.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.25

    DB:3.25:Japanese Keyboard In Windows 7 Ultimate Hiragana pk


    with the Japanese keyboard in windows 7 ultimate it has you type in katakana by default. this is incredibly annoying, katakana is near worthless when it comes to japanese words how can i switch it to write in hiragana? THIS IS NOT Microsoft IME please
    do not post solutions for IME or tell me to use IME as romanji is even more worthless as it is a major crutch and even a hindrance to learning the language.

    DB:3.25:Japanese Keyboard In Windows 7 Ultimate Hiragana pk

    I have a new problem.
    I don`t know if it should be on a different topic, but my language bar got frozen today. I have been using it for years with no problems, but suddenly, as I turned the pc on today and tried to write in japanese, al toggle keys seems not to work and the
    buttons in the language bar are displayed as if they were being pressed all the time, not allowing me to change a thing.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.18

    DB:3.18:How To Use Ime On/Off For Japanese Language a1



    I use JAPANESE LANGUAGE.

    MACBOOK

    OS 10.4.10

    CLIENT OS WINDOWS 2000Server SP4

    I use vmware fusion.

    But I don't use IME on/off.

    How to use this method.

    DB:3.18:How To Use Ime On/Off For Japanese Language a1


    #12383;#12406;#12435;#31169;#12398;#12486;#12473;#12488;#12375;#12383;#26178;#12395;IME#12399;#12385;#12423;#12387;#12392;#22793;#12394;#29366;#24907;#12391;#12375;#12383;#12290;

    #20170;#26085;#12398;#26397;#12418;#12358;#19968;#24230;#21516;#12376;#12424;#12358;#12394;#12461;#12540;#12434;#25276;#12375;#12383;#26178;#12289;#12300;#12471;#12501;#12488;#65291;#33521;#25968;#12301;#12391;#20840;#35282;#12525;#12510;#12472;#12392;#21322;#35282;#12525;#12510;#12472;#12434;#20999;#12426;#26367;#12360;#12425;#12428;#12414;#12375;#12383;#12290;#12354;#12427;#12479;#12452;#12511;#12531;#12464;#31169;#12398;VM#12398;IME#12398;#29366;#24907;#12399;#21487;#31505;#12375;#12367;#12394;#12387;#12383;#12363;#12418;#30693;#12428;#12414;#12379;#12435;#12290;

    \-- ENGLISH --

    It seems that during my tests the IME was in a little bit strange state.

    After trying the same this morning, the combination of "Shift+#33521;#25968;" allowed me to also change between "Full-Width Romaji" and "Half-Width Romaji" (I somewhat remembered I could do that before, but when posting I didn't somehow notice).

    Cheers,

    Thorsten

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.16

    DB:3.16:Download And Install Japanese Input Method Editor Ime 8s


    Original title: Microsoft Japanese IME
    I have attempted to download and operate this IME on numerous occasions without success. Can anyone advise me as to where I can obtain instructions to download and operate the program?

    DB:3.16:Download And Install Japanese Input Method Editor Ime 8s

    Hi,

    • Which edition of Windows Vista are you running?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.15

    DB:3.15:My Ime Properties Menu Is All In Japanese, And I Dont Know How To Change It Back. jc


    I had just installed the Japanese IME files, and was messing around with the properties, and then I clicked something I shouldn't have. Now every time I go into the IME properties, it's all in Japanese instead of English, and I have no idea how to change
    it back, short of reinstalling Vista. Any help would be appreciated.

    DB:3.15:My Ime Properties Menu Is All In Japanese, And I Dont Know How To Change It Back. jc

    Hi KMBurrell,

    Welcome to Microsoft Answers Forums.

    You will need to uninstall the IME pack if you have downloaded to do that follow the below steps.

    Open Regional and Language Options by clicking the Start button, clicking
    Control Panel, clicking Clock, Language, and Region, and then clicking
    Regional and Language Options. Click the Keyboards and Languages tab.
    Click on change keyboards and in the following window under
    installed services remove any language except English and click apply.

    Open Regional and Language Options by clicking the Start button, clicking
    Control Panel, clicking Clock, Language, and Region, and then clicking
    Regional and Language Options. Click the Keyboards and Languages tab.
    Click on Install\uninstall languages on the following window click on
    remove languages and remove any language except English language and click on apply.
    Restart the computer and check if it works.

    If the above step does not fix the issue would suggest that you try system restore and check.

    To restore the operating system to an earlier point in time, follow these steps:

    1. Click Start, type system restore in the Start Search box, and then click System Restore in the Programs list.

    If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type your password or click Continue.

    2. In the System Restore dialog box, click Choose a different restore point, and then click Next.

    3. In the list of restore points, click a restore point that was created before you began to experience the issue, and then click Next.

    4. Click Finish.
    You may visit the following KB Article link for reference:
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/936212

    Halima S - Microsoft Support.
    Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.14

    DB:3.14:Traditional Chinese Input Via Ime Crashes Firefox And Other Programs pf


    Dear all,

    until recently I have been using traditional Chinese input via MIcrosoft IME New Phonetic 2002a on Windows XP, Office Package 2003.
    Since a few days ago (without mentionable new program installations or something) howwever it doesn't work anymore. When I switch to Chinese input, it doesn't convert the phonetic input into characters, simply nothing happens at all (in Office Word). When I
    try to type Chinese in Firefox or other programs, they instantly crash down.
    In contrast, the Japanese input and (newly activated) Chinese (PRC simplified) do work without problems. Just I need traditional Chinese rather than simplified...

    I already tried to deactivate the Chinese input keyboard and after restarting the computer adding it again, but that didn't help. Also, a system recovery back to a point 4 weeks ago, when the CHinese input certainly still worked, didn't help.

    Searching in the community forums, I didn't find a similar problem, I would be very thankful for any hints!
    Thanks in advance,

    best wishes,

    Cindy

    DB:3.14:Traditional Chinese Input Via Ime Crashes Firefox And Other Programs pf

    Dear all,

    the problem has been solved, I found an IME 2003-Update, installed it and everything is working fine again.
    Thanks anyway,
    best,

    Cindy

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.05

    DB:3.05:Japanese Ime Showing A Wrong Character sk


    Hi, I was using the Japanese IME keyboard to type Japanese in a website using Chrome browser in Windows 7 when I realised that the chinese character (kanji) looks different as what was shown.

    DB:3.05:Japanese Ime Showing A Wrong Character sk

    Hi, I was using the Japanese IME keyboard to type Japanese in a website using Chrome browser in Windows 7 when I realised that the chinese character (kanji) looks different as what was shown.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.05

    DB:3.05:Ime 7.1.1 Unable To Add Aip-Ssm-10 Module Running 7.0(4)E4 9a



    Hello,

    I have a problem with adding AIP-SSM-10 to IME 7.1.1. After putting all credentials and IP address I get error "Could not verify config username/password [null]". Connection over TCP 443 works fine and is not behind a proxy. I can log to IDM through IE from the same host. Does anyone have the same issue? Is the IME 7.1.1 copatible with 7.0(4)E4?

    Best regards

    DB:3.05:Ime 7.1.1 Unable To Add Aip-Ssm-10 Module Running 7.0(4)E4 9a


    Yes, IME 7.1.1 does support IPS 7.0.4(E4). Here is the release notes for your reference;

    http://www.cisco.com/web/software/282829584/45980/IME-7.1.1.readme.txt

    Have you tried to use HTTP instead of HTTPS? Does that work?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.04

    DB:3.04:Cannot Use Ms-Ime 3f


    Because of my problem below, I cannot write this in Japanese.
    And somehow 'microsoft support'cannot identify my product ID because of error in system or network.
    (I'm using IE10 installed in this Windows 8. Should I use Firefox or chrome or Opera?)

    My problem is that I cannot use MS-IME at all.
    I Clean-Installed Windows 8 Pro (32bit), upgrade(download) version from Windows XP.
    But MS-IME dowsn't work.
    - Right-clicking the "A" icon in the task tray, Select "Hiragana" or input mode as "Normal", but nothing occurs. Input mode is direct (alphanumeric).
    -Open the control panel, Click "Option" in MS-IME setting, MS-IME configuration dialog appears, but after some 0.1second, it disappears automatically.
    - "Zenkaku/Hankaku" key or ALT+"Zenkaku/Hankaku" key doesn't work.
    - Strangely, in installing Windows 8, I could use MS-IME. But after installing, MS-IME went silent.
    - I installed Windows 8(on same PC)twice, But nothing was solved. In both case, MS-IME dowsn't work.

    If you have any idea, please tell me.
    I can read and writeJapanese (just have trouble in IME). So don't hesitate in writing comment in Japanese.

    DB:3.04:Cannot Use Ms-Ime 3f

    loopyguy さん、こんにちは。

    しばらくお時間が経ちましたが、その後いかがでしょうか。
    日本語の入力は行えるようになりましたか?

    同じような状況でお困りの方にも確認点として参考になると思い、田中のコメントを [
    回答としてマーク ] しました。

    「回答としてマーク」は質問者の方が自分で付けることも外すこともできます。
    また、追加の質問もいつでも投稿できますので、不明な点があれば遠慮なく返信してくださいね。

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.03

    DB:3.03:Global Ime For Windows 8 k3


    My wife is Japanese and a Japanese language instructor here in the States. She is a steady user of Japanese Global IME on Windows XP Office (Word and Excel)but alas, the inevitable time has come to upgrade. Unfortunately, Windows 8 and Office Professional
    2007 is now installed on our new computer and it appears that the global IME package that she has been using is no longer available. What are her options? She is quite dependent on this tool for her online classroom, as well as daily activity in her native
    language.

    In my initial search to download the Japanese Global IME, I found nothing available and became growingly frustrated. I then saw postings in the Community Forum section (2010) that decision makers at Microsoft have royally screwed the Japanese Global IME
    program and its users. Is there quality software available from a private company that can serve as an adequate replacement? Or do we need to switch to Apple to get what we need? I am seriously disappointed if in fact Microsoft has abandoned this product!
    Any help out there in the Community?

    DB:3.03:Global Ime For Windows 8 k3


    Hi,

    From the issue description it seems that you are unable to add Japanese IME on the computer. I do understand the inconvenience.

    Let us try the following steps mentioned in the articleand check if it helps.

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/input-method-editors-windows-8

    You may also refer this article for additional information.
    Update for Japanese IME dictionaries in Windows 8
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2734786

    Hope it helps. For any further Windows related assistance, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.02

    DB:3.02:Chinese Handwriting Applet Missing In Ime Pad On 64-Bit Windows 7 Professional 17


    After properly adding the "Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan)" Language and the "Chinese (Traditional) - New Phonetic " Keyboard on my 64-bit Windows 7 desktop system, I could not find the "Handwriting" Applet in the IME Pad. Multiple close re-examination of
    the configuration and settings rendered no answer to the mystery. What is even more baffling is that in the list of "Available Applets" in the Traditional Chinese IME Pad on the Windows 7 system, I found the Handwriting Applets for both Japanese and Korean
    without ever installing those Languages/Keyboards.
    I have been using the Traditional Chinese Handwriting Applet on 32-bit Windows XP Professional for years and it is a very handy tool. After reading posts in this forum and on the Internet, it is amazing to realize that (1) I am not the only one unpleasantly
    finding the above out, (2) that Simplified Chinese on Windows 7 has the same problem, and (3) that other versions of Windows 7 also have the same problem. Was this an oversight? Will this be resolved in a future Windows Update? I certainly hope there is
    light at the end of the tunnel. Please advise.

    DB:3.02:Chinese Handwriting Applet Missing In Ime Pad On 64-Bit Windows 7 Professional 17

    The Handwriting (KO) and Handwriting (JP) options are there. The Chinese radicals, strokes, and everything else is there. But no Handwriting (CH) option.
    This is a real problem!

    Same here, I'm using Windows 7 Prof x64.

    If my new laptop isn't pre-installed with Win7 I would have chosen XP. I can't find anything I can't do in XP. But now I have to go back to XP just for many simple things.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.02

    DB:3.02:Japanese Ime Problems sx


    Our Win 2008 Citrix Server Has Japan languages installed on it. The LANGUAGE bar is visible, and allows me to choose MS Japan IME. When I try to enter text in Japanese, it does NOT allow any kind of Katakana or Hiragona text entry. It reverts to the
    HIRAGANA version of the Japanese Keyboard... I can't create Japanese text.

    DB:3.02:Japanese Ime Problems sx

    Hello stevefontaine,
    The Microsoft Answers community focuses on questions and issues regarding the consumer environment. Please reach out to the IT pro audience in the TechNet forums linked below:
    TechNet - Windows Server

    Thanks,

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.02

    DB:3.02:Japanese Not Showing Up 81



    Hi All,

    Ive installed my Illustrator 10 in Windows Vista Home edition......I have the Japanese IME installed and operational in Word, Web, ect. When i try and use it in Illustrator the IME screens show up, and i appear to be tying the text in Japanese......but it doesnt show up! It looks like there are actual characters there, but they are invisible and i cant get them to show up......

    Any suggestions? Help would be greatly appreciated.

    DB:3.02:Japanese Not Showing Up 81


    Illustrator was way behind other Adobe applications (including Photoshop!) in its support of Windows IME and, for that matter, Unicode. You'll find support for Asian languages much better in newer versions. FYI, Illustrator is now at version 14.

    In the meantime, you can try various workarounds. If you want to generate your own Japanese text using the IME, and if you have Photoshop, set your type in Photoshop, then copy and paste into Illustrator. Make sure you copy the text before you commit it to raster in Photoshop. Also, make sure you have a Japanese font selected in Illustrator before you paste. (Sometimes, changing the font after you paste doesn't work as expected.)

    If you are importing the Japanese text from, say, a Word document, and if you have InDesign, import the text into InDesign first, then copy and paste into Illustrator. Photoshop should also work for this.

    The font you decide to use will matter, of course. Any proper Unicode-compliant font (with Japanese glyphs) should work with these workarounds.

    Your name must cause great confusion in piano bars.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.96

    DB:2.96:Translationhub And Japanese 8j


    Using the TranslationHub the following problem occurs:
    I want to translate a german forms module into a japanese
    one. Starting the TranslationHub is no problem. I can see
    the base string, however in the column Translation String
    I cannot see japanese characters. There appear any
    characters without meaning. I have downloaded the
    IME (Imput Method Editor) from Microsoft. During input of
    any japanese word I can see the japanese characters,
    however in the moment of pressing the enter key, these
    japanese characters disappear and instead of them a number
    of question marks (I mean ??) appear.
    I'm using Windows 2000 english version with german
    keyboard. Who can help me?

    Volker

    DB:2.96:Translationhub And Japanese 8j

    Volker,

    did you try

    "Edit | Preferences" then select the "Appearance" tab and change the "Attribute font" to be a font that supports the Japanese characters ?

    Frank

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.95

    DB:2.95:Can I Use Ms Ime With Outlook.Com sp


    I use outlook as part of office 2007. We use the Japanese IME. Can I use the IME with outlook.com?

    DB:2.95:Can I Use Ms Ime With Outlook.Com sp

    Hi,

    I've tried on my end and confirmed that Outlook web-based allows users to use Japanese IME in composing an email. Please try it on your end and if you'll be having an issue on the process, let us know afterwards.

    Thanks!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.95

    DB:2.95:Japanese Ime ? s3


    I assume "no," but there's no way to input Japanese is there?

    The iPhone displays Japanese just fine in the calendar, contacts, web, etc.

    It'd be nice to type 「大丈夫ですか?」 instead of "daijoubu desuka?".

    DB:2.95:Japanese Ime ? s3

    I've already posted about this. Not your fault but amazing how other places have my work around and yet most people are still in the dark. Apple is not keen on this I think. However there is a way, in Safari only to have a Japanese/Asian keyboard:

    Again my method for fool proof 100% Apple Inc., Safari Japanese input:

    open safari

    www.alc.co.jp
    (you will see a long text input box, site is all Japanese but it is near the top)

    tap select text box

    tap-type: test

    let tap go or tap the kanji button for translate

    let page fully load

    Then tap select text box, it will have the word "test" on it

    Then your keyboard will come up but this time it has a rectangle above the slightly smaller keyboard.
    tap-type: W

    You'll see W, kana for watashi, kanji for watashi, select one of the options and it will hover then input the kanji/kana/w into the text box.

    Then go to gOffice for iPhone and type a Japanese .doc then email it or go to your gmail account or anyonline account and type full Japanese emails to your hearts content. This will work for any site you go to directly page to page, site to site.

    BUT pushing the home button to go to another app will cancel this keyboard.

    However if you save the "test" result in your bookmarks then just reload, tap highlight the box and you have on Safari a full Japanese keyboard. It might work for other asian languages.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.94

    DB:2.94:Ie8 Not Compatible With Japanese Ime Pad zm


    Hello ,
    We are using Japanese IME pad for our Component properties editing in our Application .
    We are using IE8 and there is no compatiblity with Japanese IME pad .
    Are there restrictions for the Japanese IMEs to work with IE8 .
    We are using Windows7 and IE8 and FLASH PLAYER 11.2 .
    There is no issue with other browsers(FireFox,Chrome,..etc..)
    Please suggest any idea or any documentation for this issue.
    Thanks,
    Vijay

    DB:2.94:Ie8 Not Compatible With Japanese Ime Pad zm

    Hi,
    IE9 has been pushed to consumers on windows 7 for over a year now...
    IE8 on Windows7 doe not have some of the features of the other browsers. Update your windows 7 machines (do a windows update)... there should be no reason to not upgrade to IE9...

    this forum is for questions about html, css and scripting for website developers... we do not work for nor represet MS.
    Reagards.Rob^_^

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.94

    DB:2.94:Windows 7 Japanese Ime Keyboard Layout zs


    Hi,

    When using the Microsoft IME for Japanese input the IME defaults to Japanese Keyboard Layout even though I am using a UK Keyboard.

    For e.g. the @ and " are the wrong way round.

    I know other keyboards can be chosen under the Japanese Language however choosing anything but the Microsoft IME results in not being able to input Japanese.

    So... the IME must be used. How can the layout be changed under the Microsoft IME?

    This issue existed in Vista and XP. In fact the last time I remember being able to use a UK keyboard on a Japanes IME was on Windows 98! Any even then it was a bit of a lashup solution to get it working.

    Any ideas? :-)

    DB:2.94:Windows 7 Japanese Ime Keyboard Layout zs

    I have the same problem, and those parameters aren't in my registry. There is no LayerDriver JPN value. I am running an upgrade to 7 from Vista. I didn't have this problem in Vista. It is INCREDIBLY frustrating as I need to be able to type in Japanese
    using a romaji keyboard layout. Iwould likeMicrosoftto fix this problem asap as it is a BIG problem for bilingual users.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.93

    DB:2.93:Adding Multiple Ipss To Ime mp



    hello,

    while trying to add multiple IPSs to the IME interface, i added the first IPS successfully, but when i try to add any other IPS device i got an error  "IO Exception when try to get certificate..."

    please find error attached.

    anyone can advice where is the issue?

    regards,

    DB:2.93:Adding Multiple Ipss To Ime mp


    welcome to CiSco Devices

    i generated the  new tls certifcate,

    i asked mars to rediscover, i got  an error related to a new certificate to accept, i accepted it and things with mars got fine, i checked with IME and problem is solved.

    thanks man for you help,

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.93

    DB:2.93:Korean Ime Keyboard Layout s7



    With Window's Japanese IME, you type the Romanized pronunciation of the language, and it outputs the language.
    If I want to type "hiragana", I type "hiragana".
    But with Window's Korean IME, you can not type the Romanized pronunciation of the language, rather, you have to reference/memorize a new keyboard layout of keys that do not correspond with the English keys.
    If I want to type "hangeul", I have to type "gksrmf" instead of "hangeul".
    I think this is silly. Any IME using an English keyboard should accept the Romanized pronunciation of the language you're outputting.
    Is there a way to change the Korean IME so that it accepts input like the Japanese IME does?

    DB:2.93:Korean Ime Keyboard Layout s7

    I'm not (yet) proficient in korean nor japanese, so this reply is only my opinion.
    I think, the IME will get confused on translating your typing. For example,
    "hangeul" - 한글 or 항을 ?
    "sumyeon" - 수면 or 숨연 ?
    These are unlike japanese which has relatively clear rules of transliteration. You wanted "ひらがな" then you typed "hiragana".The onlything you have to take care is the letter ん, right? To type 今夜 (こんや) you needone extra letter N to distinguish between こにゃ
    and こんや.Then you typed "konnya".
    But how about korean... One word (in latin alphabet) can map to several hangeul possibilities. Using a real korean keyboard layout will reduce complexity of the IME programming itself.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.91

    DB:2.91:Japanese Input Key Error mm


    I've been using Japanese input (MS IME, using hiragana) regularly switching between Englsuh and Japanese. Today, as I typed "akemashite" I got "ちのいもちとくにかい"which is "chinoimochiyokuni". The characters appearing on the screen bear no relation to those
    I am typing.

    I have tried several times, in word and outlook removed and added the Japanese key board, checked against my XP PC and the only difference seems to be that that is using natural imput instead of MS IME standard. And this last sentence is being typed in alphabetical
    direct mode.

    There is no logic to this at all...anyone with any ideas why? And how to cure this?

    DB:2.91:Japanese Input Key Error mm

    Hi,
    Glad to know that the issue is fixed. If you have any concerns regarding Windows, you may post your questions on Microsoft Answers forum.
    Thank You for sharing the information.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.90

    DB:2.90:Is There A Way To Hotkey Between Input Methods? 1c


    Dear all,My macbook air has a JIS/Japanese keyboard. I use two IMEs which translate to Select Word (Ill call it Japanese IME) and Chinese Word-Complex Characters (Ill call it Chinese IME).The Japanese IME uses hotkeys such as ctrl+shift+k andctrl+shift+j to switch between Japanese writing styles. For the Chinese IME, I only use one method, chongkit, its hotkey is ctrl+shift+c.While using the Japanese IME, ctrl+shift+c does not activate chongkit. I have to use my mouse and click select from the options in the top right. Likewise, while using the Chinese IME, I cannot hotkey the Japanese writing systems.The issue is clear the Chinese and Japanese IMEs do not interact.It is easy for me to exit the Chinese IME. The JIS keyboard has keyboard keys that can put me in English or Japanese.I write English (including this posting) with the Japanese IMEs roman character option.So, is there a way I can hotkey chongkit from the Japanese IME?Or, is there a way I can hotkey switching between IMEs?Note, this is not an issue specifically about Japanese and Chinese IMEs, this is an issue with IMEs in general.Thank you

    DB:2.90:Is There A Way To Hotkey Between Input Methods? 1c

    I think it will be more complex to do what you need. See if this helpshttp://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/61250/bind-each-keyboard-layout-to-keys -combination

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.90

    DB:2.90:Installed Japanese Ime And Mui But Characters Often Show Like I Havent Installed dp


    using Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit on a mac
    I have installed japanese MUI (from windows update) and also japanese IME (forgot where did i find)

    DB:2.90:Installed Japanese Ime And Mui But Characters Often Show Like I Havent Installed dp

    nah, the history of my browser is blank for this IME, i think i didn't get it from Microsoft since i didn't know where things were put in Microsoft website that time

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.89

    DB:2.89:Internet Explorer Stops Responding While Using Microsoft Ime pf


    IE stops responding when I type Japanese with IME. I just cannot figure it out why.
    *This started happening a little over a week ago. I had no problem before then.
    *I was using IE8 when this first started happening. I since upgraded it to IE9, but the problem still exists.
    *This problem does not happen on other programs--no problem withemail, IM, Office program, non-IE browser(only with IE).
    *It seems that this happens when IME's word selection window pops up during word conversion.
    *I'm not having this issue with my other computers.
    *I attempted to restore my computer to the point before this problem started, but it failed.
    It is very frustrating and inconvenient, so I hope there is a solution for this issue. Thank you.

    DB:2.89:Internet Explorer Stops Responding While Using Microsoft Ime pf

    I posted this matter originally on April 23 and mentioned that the problem started a little over a week ago.

    I was using IE8 when the problem first started. I tried different things such as clearing temp files and histories.
    Since that did not fix and there were a quite few Windows updates to install then, I installed those updates and at the same time I upgraded my browser to IE9 hoping that the problem would go away with IE9.
    However, the problem remained even with IE9. I started thinking the problem could be related to possibly some kind of virus, and as I checked Norton log, there was a virus on April 12.
    So I thought perhaps if I rolled back to the point prior to 12th, it might be fixed.
    So I attempted rollback to April 4. This attempt failed, but IE went back to IE8. IME problem still exists.
    -When did the problem started?: On or around April 12.
    -What version of IE was I using then?: IE8
    -When you rolled back you did a System Restore or did you try to uninstall IE 9?: I did not, but as the result of system restore, it went back to IE8.
    -Do you use the Norton Tool bar?: With the first reply I received above, I did check add-on manager and disabled a few add-ons—Norton tool bar is currently disabled.
    Thank you.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.88

    DB:2.88:Kanji Typing Through Hiragana cx


    Hi,
    I have a laptop that runs with windows 7, and I just figured out how to change keyboards layouts and learned how to type in japanese IME. However, I can`t seem to convert hiragana words into kanji. In windows vista you just press spacebar after typing a word
    and the IME layout gives some options of what kanji that words may be equivalent to. The same doesn`t happen in windows 7. Is something wrong with my system? What do I do.
    =)

    DB:2.88:Kanji Typing Through Hiragana cx

    Hi,
    The issue you posted would be better suited in the TechNet community. Please visit the link below to find a community that will offer the support you request.
    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/w7itpro

    Hope this information is helpful.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.88

    DB:2.88:Gp Install Ime Japanese Across Network aa


    Hi all.
    I am trying to install the Japanese language IME onto 500 computers (Windows 7 English-Australian).
    The area I need is in Control Panel Region and Languages Keyboards and Languages Change keyboards add.
    Then select Japanese with the keyboard options of both Japanese and Microsoft IME.
    I have not been able to find out how to do this via Group Policy.
    I have been working on the User Config Preferences Windows Settings Registry to add the keys for HKCU\Keyboard Layout\ Preloads and Substitutes but with no luck on the IME.
    It shows the Language Bar with Japanese but does not include the IME.

    Does anyone know how I can add this to Windows 7 over the network via either adding registry information or via a group policy?
    The Preload areas added include
    00000c09
    0000040c
    d001040c
    00000411
    The Substitutes areas added are
    0000040c
    00000409
    00000c09
    00000409
    d001040c
    0000040c
    Any ideas where I can look?

    DB:2.88:Gp Install Ime Japanese Across Network aa

    Hi,

    Glad to hear that your issue is resolved. Thanks for your feedback and sharing.

    Thanks.

    NinaThis posting is provided AS IS with no warranties, and confers no rights.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.88

    DB:2.88:I Would Like To Install Japanese Ime But I Cant Find It. jd


    I would like to install Japanese IME but I can't find it. I followed the instructions some different articles show:
    CONTROL PANEL - CLOCK, LANGUAGE, REGION - REGIONAL AND LANGUAGE OPTION - KEY BOARDS AND LANGUAGE - CHANGE KEYBOARDS - ADD. At ADD tab, I think I'm supposed to find GLOBAL IME. But I can't. Does anyone know why? i really need to be able to type in Japanese.
    Please help.

    DB:2.88:I Would Like To Install Japanese Ime But I Cant Find It. jd

    I also have the same problem with XP Profession. I tells me to load in the CD, but my computer was pre-loaded with XP Professional and I can not locate the required file.

    I am having the same problem, is there any way I can fix it without the CD?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.87

    DB:2.87:I Used To Use Japanese Ime To Type Text. Does Windows 7 Have Something Like That, That I Can Use cs


    Unable to use Kana in Word documents

    DB:2.87:I Used To Use Japanese Ime To Type Text. Does Windows 7 Have Something Like That, That I Can Use cs

    Hi,
    Welcome to Microsoft answers.

    I suggest you just install the Japanese IME in Win 7 to troubleshoot the issue.
    To install the Japanese IME in Windows Vista, start by opening the Control Panel.
    1. Click the Start Button, and chose Control Panel.
    2. Then click the "Clock, Language and Regional" option.
    You should then see the Regional and Language Options option as shown below. Under the Regional and Language Options item select Change keyboards or other input methods.
    That will bring up the Keyboard and Languages tab in the Regional and Language Options dialogue. Click the Change keyboards... button:
    4. In "Text Services and Input Languages" dialog box we need to add the Japanese IME and the Japanese Keyboard components.
    5. Click the Add button.
    You should now see the "Add Input Language" dialog box.
    5. Scroll down to the Japanese entry, expand it and be sure that both the Japanese and Microsoft IME items are selected as shown below:
    6. Finally click the "OK" button.
    You should end up with a "Japanese" entry under "Installed Services".
    7. Finally click the "OK" button.
    You may be asked to put your Windows Vista CD-ROM in the CD drive so that the relevant files can be copied across to your hard drive. NOTE: You can not install the IME without the CD (please do not email me to ask..!).
    That's it. You should now see the IME icon in your task bar that has a Japanese option when it is clicked... like this:
    8. After you have select JP Japanese (Japan) from the IME task bar menu the task bar look like this.....If you have the Japanese IME selected as above and you right click on the JP you will bring up the Options Menu:
    9. Choosing the Restore Language bar option will convert the IME into a floating toolbar with all the IME options visible:
    10. Click on the Input Mode button (an "A" by default) will allow you to select the Input Mode:
    11. The IME Pad button will bring up the IME Features menu. This includes handwriting recognition:
    The above steps are for vista, and it is also works in windows7.
    Try this, and let us know if you have any issues.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Azam – Microsoft Support.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.86

    DB:2.86:Windows 7 Japanese Ime-- Wrong Keyboard Layout fk


    I recently purchased an Asus ASU33JCA1 Bamboo laptop which came with Windows 7 Home Premium loaded.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.85

    DB:2.85:Install Ime Japanese Onto 500 Computers Via Script Or Gp. zz



    Hi all.I am trying to install the Japanese language IME onto 500 computers (Windows 7 English-Australian).The area I need is in “Control Panel Region and Languages Keyboards and Languages Change keyboards add.Then
    select “Japanese with the keyboard options of both “Japanese” and “Microsoft IME”.
    I have not been able to find out how to do this via Group Policy.I have been working on the User Config Preferences Windows Settings Registry to add the keys for HKCU\Keyboard Layout\ Preloads and Substitutes but with
    no luck on the IME.It shows the Language Bar with Japanese but does not include the IME.
    Does anyone know how I can add this to Windows 7 over the network via either adding registry information or via a group policy?
    The Preload areas added include
    00000c09
    0000040c
    d001040c
    00000411
    The Substitutes areas added are
    0000040c00000409
    00000c0900000409
    d001040c0000040c
    Any ideas where I can look?

    DB:2.85:Install Ime Japanese Onto 500 Computers Via Script Or Gp. zz

    Hi Stephen
    Your question is beyond the scope of these consumer level forums.
    Here is a link to the Technet Windows 7ITPro Forums. Please repost your question in the appropriate forum.
    Regards,

    Ronnie Vernon MVP – Windows Desktop Experience

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.83

    DB:2.83:Japanese Character Ro Cannot Be Typed Through Ime 8z


    There seems to be a mapping problem with Windows 7 Japanese IME keyboard - the tilde (~) key no longer types the character ro in Japanese. I've looked for other sources to the answer to this problem without success. Any ideas? I saw a post similar to
    this but the answer the technician gave had absolutely no bearing on the issue.

    DB:2.83:Japanese Character Ro Cannot Be Typed Through Ime 8z

    Hi,
    Please check these keyboard shortcuts for Japanese IME.
    Keyboard shortcuts
    ALT-~ (tilde): Cycles between kana and direct input mode
    ALT-SHIFT: Cycles through available languages
    ALT-CAPS_LOCK: Switches to katakana input mode
    CTRL-CAPS_LOCK: Switches to hiragana input mode
    SHIFT-ALT: Switches between English mode and Japanese mode.
    Control - ~: Switches between the current input mode and the English mode within the Japanese IME.
    TIP: Switching between Hiragana input mode and Direct Input mode through the language bar is tedious. Instead you can switch by pressing Alt-Tilde (the key below ESC on your keyboard). So, if you need to type
    Japanese, press Alt-Tilde and start typing. When you are done press Alt-Tilde again to switch back to English. To achieve the same result when in Japanese mode, press Control - ~.
    Hope this answers your question.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.83

    DB:2.83:Office Xp Tool Global Ime Simplified Chinese Removed From Microsoft Download Site m7


    Why Office XP Tool: Global IME (Simplified Chinese) is removed from microsoft download site but the tool for japanese still remains present? where to find that tool?

    DB:2.83:Office Xp Tool Global Ime Simplified Chinese Removed From Microsoft Download Site m7

    Re,
    Je ne sais pas pourquoi il n'est plus mis à disposition.
    Je l'ai téléchargé après une minute de publicité sur une vidéo de son choix :
    http://www.cnetfrance.fr/telecharger/office-xp-tool-global-ime-simplified-chinese-39293994s.htm?download=1
    Je l'ai analysé, aucun élément nuisible.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.82

    DB:2.82:Japanese Ime Doesnt Work In Firefox c1



    The the Japanese IME only types numbers on Firefox. Works on the IE 8.

    DB:2.82:Japanese Ime Doesnt Work In Firefox c1



    I have the exact same problem. I first thought it's just Firefox, but I have the same problem when I typed in windows search box for programs and files. IE and windows messenger are fine. I'm afraid this would be IME's issue or even some kinds weird virus...

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.82

    DB:2.82:Windows 7 Ime For Win Pe 3.0 8c


    Any one knew how to install IME to Win PE 3.0? and the link to download itor point of contact to get the same for asian languages? (Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chienese and Simplified Chinese )

    DB:2.82:Windows 7 Ime For Win Pe 3.0 8c

    See
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Add-or-change-an-input-language

    ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (IE, Mail, Security, Windows Update Services) since 2002 ~ Disclaimer: MS MVPs neither represent nor work for Microsoft

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.82

    DB:2.82:Japanese Ime Pad Doesnt Show Hiragana Or Katakana Readings dz


    As can be seen in the image, after installing Japanese IME and using the IME Pad, the hover-over preview in yellow shows unicode boxes instead of the onkun and onyomi readings. It very much looks like a bug...

    DB:2.82:Japanese Ime Pad Doesnt Show Hiragana Or Katakana Readings dz

    i'm having a similar problem.
    The IME settings dialog (specifically the Punctuation and Brackets and slash combos) does not display characters properly on a recent install of Windows 8.

    I tried removing and re-adding the Japanese language support - is there any further information on this problem?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.81

    DB:2.81:Japanese Ime Wrong Letter Output 3d


    I cannot type hiragana properly, I think the Japanese IME is different now.

    DB:2.81:Japanese Ime Wrong Letter Output 3d

    Hi Cooltirta,
    · Have you made any changes on the computer prior to this issue?
    Follow these steps:
    1) Open Registry Editor.
    2) Go to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\i8042prt\Parameters
    3) Change the LayerDriver JPN value from kbd106.dll to kbd101.dll
    4) Change the value of OverrideKeyboardIdentifier from PCAT_106KEY to PCAT_101KEY
    5) Change the value of OverrideKeyboardSubtype from 2 to 0
    6) Close the Registry Editor and restart the Windows.
    Note: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully.
    For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click the following link.

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Back-up-the-registry

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.80

    DB:2.80:Win7 Language Bar - Not Opening 11


    I have been using the Japanese and Chinese IME since the mid 90's. Nary a problem.

    Present System:

    1) Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
    2) Office 2010 - only add-on is Multi-Tabs Free for Word
    3) Das mechanical keyboard - dual USB connects
    4) Japanese IME installed

    Now I have written about 100 pages of Japanese in the past couple of years without a single problem, so I do
    know how to use the language bar.

    After Reinstall of Windows 7

    Bizarre Problem: Neither left-click nor right click open the Language Bar. Only by hitting Alt/Shift can I switch between the EN icon (English) and the JP icon (Japanese). But that is all.
    The language bar does not open, so that I can change settings, input method, output, etc.

    What the Language Bar does do is "flicker" when I click on it (after opening with Alt/Shift, will not open by simply clicking on the EN icon). It appears to
    want to open but cannot.

    The only possible problem. and it truly a remote one, that I can see, the only "variable" that is, would be the Das mechanical keyboard. In the past I used traditional Logitech wireless keyboards (membrane/dome switch).

    DB:2.80:Win7 Language Bar - Not Opening 11

    I have published 12 bks mixing English and Japanese written on XPpro which was easy to set up though word doc was and probably still is 25 years behind the ball with intelligence. But I just got a Win7pro Lenovo and even after upgrading to ultimate and
    doing two separate downloads of Japanese one for win and one for office I can find no way to get going -- I was even forced to download 32 bit jpse for the second despite having a 64 bit pc = but the main problem is I seem to be being forced to work either
    in Japanese or english if I OK the only offered changes -- what the **** do we do to regain our bilingual functionality? I, like the guy who wrote the letter know damn well how to use the IME bar, but how do I get it again????!!!! No one in their technical
    dept knows this stuff and Lenevo despite being a Chinese company is no help --- if it were not for the trackpoint I would switch to mac. My old pc is bluescreening but I cannot transfer stuff until I have a bilingual Word again! Microsoft, you are killing
    bilinguals! Please help us!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.80

    DB:2.80:After Re-Install My Japanese Ime Cannot Change From Hiragana To Kanji Henkan Key Non Functional zs


    My XP crashed and had to perform a complete reinstall, since then my Japanese version can display Japanese correctly on browser etc but when I write an email or word document the characters cannot change with the toggle key from Hiragana to Kanji (Henkan
    key not funcdtion). The key does not operate anything at all. somehow it has lost the enable for Kanji.

    The keyboard is set correctly in the Regional and Language settings and have ensure that the Windows IME and Japanese language is set. But it still doesnot toggle with the convertion to Kanji
    Can someone please help me.

    DB:2.80:After Re-Install My Japanese Ime Cannot Change From Hiragana To Kanji Henkan Key Non Functional zs

    My XP crashed and had to perform a complete reinstall, since then my Japanese version can display Japanese correctly on browser etc but when I write an email or word document the characters cannot change with the toggle key from Hiragana to Kanji (Henkan
    key not funcdtion). The key does not operate anything at all. somehow it has lost the enable for Kanji.

    The keyboard is set correctly in the Regional and Language settings and have ensure that the Windows IME and Japanese language is set. But it still doesnot toggle with the convertion to Kanji
    Can someone please help me.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.79

    DB:2.79:I Cant Write E-Mail And Word Document In Japanese. On My Old Xp, I Downloaded Microsoft Ime So That I Could Use Language Bar To Choose The Language To Use. How Can I Get Japanese Available zk


    Wth Window 7 Home Premium, I can't write e-mail and word document in Japanese. On my old XP, I downloaded Microsoft IME so that I could use Language Bar to choose the language to use. How can I get Japanese available?

    DB:2.79:I Cant Write E-Mail And Word Document In Japanese. On My Old Xp, I Downloaded Microsoft Ime So That I Could Use Language Bar To Choose The Language To Use. How Can I Get Japanese Available zk

    Through Control Panel, choose 'Language Region'. In its 'Administration' tag, choose Japanese in 'System Locale'. (I forgot to update my own question till now.)

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.78

    DB:2.78:Japanese Ime En Hiragana Par Dfaut ak


    Bonjour,

    Le Japanese IMEtape par défaut en anglais ... il devrait être en Japonais ! Qui utilise un IME Japonais si ce n'est pas pour taper en Japonais ???

    Du coup, à chaque fois il faut cliquer sur la barre de langue pour sélectionner l'Hiragana ....

    Quelqu'un sait comment mettre le Japanese IME en Hiragana par défaut ? Ou même comment faire disparaite le "direct input" une bonne fois pour toutes ...
    Merci

    DB:2.78:Japanese Ime En Hiragana Par Dfaut ak

    Bonjour Fabrice,
    Merci pour l'aide.
    Maisvotre réponse est hors-sujet et ne nous apporte pas d'aide :je n'aiaucune difficulté d'installation ou d'utilisation de l'IME que j'utilise depuis Windows 95.

    Mon sujet, c'est que génération de MS Windows après l'autre, et d'IME qui va avec, toutes ont ce gros gros défaut de conception: Dès qu'on active l'IME, il est en lettre romaines.

    C'est totalement idiot, car qui active un IME japonais pour écrire autre chose que du Japonais ?
    Cet IME, à l'activation, devrait par défaut être en Hiragana, pas en lettres romaines "direct input".

    Et tous les jours, c'est1,000,000 defois qu'on reprend la souris, qu'on reclique sur l'icone de l'IME, qu'on se déplace sur le réglage de l'input, et qu'on sélectionne Hiragana.

    C'est totalement absurde et je ne comprends pas que MS n'ai toujours pas corrigé ça. Je ne suis pas le seul, 100% des utilisateurs sont gênés par ça. Alors on cherche quelqu'un qui pourrait nous dire comment bidouiller la base de registre, ou quelquechose
    comme ça, de manière à ce que le "direct input" qui est totalement inutile, soit désactivé, ou que l'hiragana soit par défaut.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.78

    DB:2.78:Ime Dictionary fm


    I am configuring a new computer with Win7 for Japanese use. My previous computer OS was WinXP.

    What is the best method to import the dictionary files for Japanese IME from the XP machine to the new Win7 machine?
    Can I just copy and replace the .dict files? Are they compatible between the two OS?
    Thanks for any help,
    Bertman

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.78

    DB:2.78:Textboxs Keydown And Keyup Not Being Triggered When Input Is Ime (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) (C#) aj


    Hi All,
    I am facing a very strange behavior, when developing a Windows 8 or 8.1 application using Visual Studio 2012/2013 Preview, using C#.

    To make it simple, I have created a new project with a blank xaml page, and added a TextBox. I have added handlers for the KeyDown, KeyUp, TextChanged events.
    When my input language is alphanumeric, like english, everything works fine: KeyDown is triggered, followed by TextChanged, and finally by KeyUp.
    However, if I change my input language to any IME based, like Korean, Japanese, Chinese, the KeyDown and KeyUp are not triggered (only when I press word separators, like 'space', 'comma').
    Unfortunatelly, I have been unable to find a solution for this issue, that would make KeyDown be triggered.
    Is this a know bug? Is there a way trigger KeyDown when typing a IME character in the textbox?

    Thanks and regards
    Walter

    To try it for yourself, simply use these .xaml and .xaml.cs codes:
    XAML:
    Page
    x:Class=App3.MainPage
    xmlns=http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation
    xmlns:x=http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml
    xmlns:local=using:App3
    xmlns:d=http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008
    xmlns:mc=http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006
    mc:Ignorable=d

    Grid Background={StaticResource ApplicationPageBackgroundThemeBrush}
    TextBox HorizontalAlignment=Left Margin=50,50,0,0 TextWrapping=Wrap Text= VerticalAlignment=Top Width=467 KeyDown=TextBox_KeyDown TextChanged=TextBox_TextChanged KeyUp=TextBox_KeyUp/

    /Grid
    /Page

    XAML.CS
    namespace App3
    {
    public sealed partial class MainPage : Page
    {
    public MainPage()
    {
    this.InitializeComponent();
    }

    private void TextBox_KeyDown(object sender, KeyRoutedEventArgs e)
    {
    Debug.WriteLine(KeyDown. key = '{0}', e.Key.ToString());
    }

    private void TextBox_TextChanged(object sender, TextChangedEventArgs e)
    {
    Debug.WriteLine(TextChanged. text = {0}, (sender as TextBox).Text);
    }

    private void TextBox_KeyUp(object sender, KeyRoutedEventArgs e)
    {
    Debug.WriteLine(KeyUp. key = '{0}', e.Key.ToString());
    }
    }
    }

    Oh, just another weirdness:
    If you start typing many random keys fast, while input is IME, notice that, among the TextChange output, you will see some few random KeyUp outputs, but with alphanumeric or number values, instead of the IME symbols.

    DB:2.78:Textboxs Keydown And Keyup Not Being Triggered When Input Is Ime (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) (C#) aj

    Hi Walter,
    I remember there isadiscussion relate withsuch topiconChinese forum before, it is a kind of known issue and the solution is the KeyDown eventate by IME, and we cannot trigger it.
    I don't know what you want to do with KeyDown event, if the scenario is told, I'd like to help with a possible solution.
    Best Regards,
    --JamesTHE CONTENT IS PROVIDED AS IS WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
    Thanks
    MSDN Community Support

    Please remember to Mark as Answer the responses that resolved your issue. It is a common way to recognize those who have helped you, and makes it easier for other visitors to find the resolution later.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.77

    DB:2.77:How To Use Ime In Word I Seem To Have The Japanese Ime I Need. How Can I Access It zm


    I don't see anything to help me change from English to Japanese.

    DB:2.77:How To Use Ime In Word I Seem To Have The Japanese Ime I Need. How Can I Access It zm


    Refer the thread below which has the similar discussions
    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-word/using-ime-in-word-2010/479aa861-8778-4a7e-9e1d-d1d4661f0e9e

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.76

    DB:2.76:Japanese Ime W/ V.2.0? 3x


    Hi everybody. Sorry if this issue has been addressed already. We all know that the online manual stated that you could type in Japanese but that turned out to bee for the ipod touch only.

    Does anybody know if we'll be able to type in Japanese when the 2.0 firmware update comes out?

    DB:2.76:Japanese Ime W/ V.2.0? 3x

    Does anybody know if we'll be able to type in Japanese when the 2.0 firmware update comes out?

    Nobody here can possibly know the answer and Apple never provides this kind of info either. A web app workaround for typing Japanese for email is available:

    http://n.h7a.org/iphone/mail/

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.76

    DB:2.76:Looking For The Japanese Language Pack For Word 2011 aj


    Original Title:"Japanese for Word 2011"

    DB:2.76:Looking For The Japanese Language Pack For Word 2011 aj

    Actually, Word 2011 does include some Japanese features. See my answers in these two posts:

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.75

    DB:2.75:Bootcamp, Windows 7: En Option Not Showing Up In Input Method Selector 1a


    Hi, I added a Japanese and a German input method on my Bootcamp Windows 7 install.For some reason only JP (Japanese) and DE (German) are shown as options in the input method selector - but no EN, which should be the default...In the settings the EN entry is shown however: EN English (United States) +-+ Keyboard + United States (Apple) JP Japanese +-+ Keyboard + Microsoft IME German (Germany) +-+ Keyboard + German (Apple)When starting up, the German keyboard is activated and there is no way to switch back to the English one.When adding another English keyboard, US for example, an EN option is shown - but it selects the normal US keyboard and not the "United States (Apple)" one...Any idea how to solve the problem?Thanks, Dietrich

    DB:2.75:Bootcamp, Windows 7: En Option Not Showing Up In Input Method Selector 1a

    Hi, I added a Japanese and a German input method on my Bootcamp Windows 7 install.For some reason only JP (Japanese) and DE (German) are shown as options in the input method selector - but no EN, which should be the default...In the settings the EN entry is shown however: EN English (United States) +-+ Keyboard + United States (Apple) JP Japanese +-+ Keyboard + Microsoft IME German (Germany) +-+ Keyboard + German (Apple)When starting up, the German keyboard is activated and there is no way to switch back to the English one.When adding another English keyboard, US for example, an EN option is shown - but it selects the normal US keyboard and not the "United States (Apple)" one...Any idea how to solve the problem?Thanks, Dietrich

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.74

    DB:2.74:Japanese Ime Input Problem jk


    Hi.
    I am trying to type Japanese on Word 2010, using Window 7/MO IME 2010.
    When I type however, the characters don't appear straight on the document.
    Instead an input box appears and black dots are being typed in it.
    What do I need to do? Any suggestions are appreciated.

    Thank you

    DB:2.74:Japanese Ime Input Problem jk

    Refer the link given below which describes a similar issue and check if it helps:
    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_xp-word/japanese-language/b0899cb3-19f0-437f-b74f-9ef2c383f00c

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.74

    DB:2.74:Japanese Keyboard df


    How can I set up a Japanese keyboard on my Ipad 3 - 64 gb 5.1.1 os?I would like ot type in hiragana and katakana with conversion to Kanji which is possible with PC using microsoft Input Method Editor (IME) as a method of entering text.or better by entering a Japanese symbol directorly

    DB:2.74:Japanese Keyboard df

    First type the basic character, then the dakuten or handakuten. It will put them together automatically.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.74

    DB:2.74:Weirdness With Japanese Ime And Ms Outlook 7k


    Hi all, I have a question for the Japanese MS users out there.

    DB:2.74:Weirdness With Japanese Ime And Ms Outlook 7k

    Firstly. I cannot believe the amount of misinformation and general nonsense given as solutions for this problem, I've spent hours trawling the bottom of the internet reading advice from so called "professionals" tearing my hair out. Thanks. I didn't have
    much left anyway.

    This is an old thread, but if anyone happens across it, well done, you win a Gold Medal of application support, I hope you have more hair left than me.

    To answer Andy's beautifully described (and excellently ignored) problem, this is the solution.

    Go to Region and Language Keyboards and Languages, click
    Change Keyboards then:

    1. Click Microsoft IME
    2. Click Properties
    3. in the Editing tab
    4. uncheck "Don't use direct input mode"

    Then restart any Office applications that you want to get rid of this stupid black box and you should be good.

    Keywords: black input box, direct input, inline input, class-A-support-M$-slow-clap-from-the-back, Japanese, Korean, IME,

    phle OUT!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.73

    DB:2.73:Cant Properly Type With Japanese Ime On The English Keyboard Windows 7 English Version 3d


    Hello, I have a problem with the English Windows 7 Home Premium on the English keyboard when typing Japanese using IME.

    No, Ishould notneed the Ultimate edition: with Windows Vista and XP Home Premium or equivalent editions, there wasn't such a problem.

    With Windows 7 IME, the keyboard layoutseems to betied to Japanese Keyboard.
    For example, if you type [Shift] + [2],
    - English Keyboard returns [@]
    - Japanese Keyboard returns ["] (double quotation)

    I physically have an English keyboard with my PC, and I get ["] when I actually meant to type [@].

    As I mentioned, it was perfectly fine with XP or Vista to type with Japanese IME and with the English Keyboard layout. How do I make the same setting with Window 7?

    DB:2.73:Cant Properly Type With Japanese Ime On The English Keyboard Windows 7 English Version 3d

    Hereis how I solved the problem, but I don't really recommend it - MS should distribute a patch to fix it.

    1. Open Registry Editor.
    2. Go to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\i8042prt\Parameters
    3. Change the LayerDriver JPN value from kbd106.dll to kbd101.dll
    4. Change the value of OverrideKeyboardIdentifier from PCAT_106KEY to PCAT_101KEY
    5. Change the value of OverrideKeyboardSubtype from 2 to 0
    6. Close the Registry Editor and restart the Windows.

    Source:
    http://blog.heiichi.com/?eid=792239
    As usual, please edit the registry at your own risk.

    This solution worked for me on Windows 8 (Pro Pack) today.
    I'm using the Windows 8 Japanese but with all menus/options set to English US after installing and a US style physical keyboard. After working fine for months, I tried to make the JP IME on by default (it's easier to switch back and forth within the IME than
    having to hit Win+Space) but somehow this caused the bug to appear. This machine had the same issue a long time ago when I was running Windows 7. I'm glad this registry edit still works, but too bad the bug is still there.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.73

    DB:2.73:Alpahabetic Typing Issue With Japanese Ime 9k


    Original title: Japanese IME with Windows 7
    HI, I have been using Japanese IME with window 7 without any problems until a couple days ago. I do not why, but it does only allow me to type with half with alphabetic on certain programs, such as IE, word, exel, etc. I can not change or choose the input
    mode and conversation mode. I could still change the imput mode to hiragana and type japanese on Notepud.

    I did remember windows7 was updated a couple days ago. Would it cause these problems? or is it something wrong? Thanks

    DB:2.73:Alpahabetic Typing Issue With Japanese Ime 9k

    thank you for your response. I did try several times, but I had no luck. Is there any other way to fix this problems? any thoughts? Thank you

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.73

    DB:2.73:Problem With Japanese Ime On Japanese Windows 8 cj


    Hello,

    I am having a problem with a Japanese IME working on Japanese Windows 8 Enterprise. We have an HTML editor that uses the standard WebBrowser control as its base. In the Japanese environment the IME fails to come up when editing text in our HTML
    editor. The IME displays a circle with a cross in it and displays IME Invalid as a tool tip. It's only related to the WebBrowser because the IME works in the normal TextBox controls. The same program works fine in Japanese Windows
    7 and English Windows 8 with the Japanese language pack installed.

    Phil.

    DB:2.73:Problem With Japanese Ime On Japanese Windows 8 cj

    Hi Phil,
    Thanks for posting in MSDN.
    I don't have the environment to reproduce the issue now. I'll try to involve some other engineers more familiar with this issue. It may take some time to get the response.
    Your patience is appreciated.
    Best regards,

    Chester Hong
    MSDN Community Support | Feedback to us
    Develop and promote your apps in Windows Store
    Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.72

    DB:2.72:Japanese Input Using Microsoft Ime zf


    Hi,

    I am using a Windows Vista computer. I accidentally clicked the "Restore defaults" button on the Language Bar weeks ago and as such, was unable to type Japanese or Chinese. I believed that this is because the Microsoft IME is not there.

    May I know how will I be able to download back the Microsoft Global IME for Japanese?
    (I am using Office 2003)

    Thanks. Urgent!!

    DB:2.72:Japanese Input Using Microsoft Ime zf


    Office:

    http://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/flyoutoverview.mspx

    Office Discussion Groups

    http://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/default.mspx?dg=microsoft.public.office.misclang=encr=US

    Discussions in Office General Questions.

    They will help you with your Office questions when you repost in the above Office Newsgroups.

    Cheers.

    Mick Murphy - Microsoft Partner

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.71

    DB:2.71:When I Use Japanese Ime, All The Letters Are Shown In Numbers. f1


    When I am typing using Japanese IME, all the letters shows up in numbers. Does anyone know how to fix this problem?

    Thanks

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.70

    DB:2.70:Lost Japanese Ime Pad On My Task Bardesktop For Vista Home Premium, 32 Bit. mz



    I have tried everything I could think of. I always had IME pad, but since I lost it , I removed and added Japanese IME and Japanese @ "Add Input Language". The language bar is not hidden. When I right click the task barTool Bar, "language Bar"
    won't even show up any more, but it has "Tablet PC Input Panel" instead I think. The "JP" icon I used to see on the welcome screen is gone now. I haven't used this computer for 6 months. Now I am back and after I installed all the updates, my IME pad disappeared.
    Please help me on this one, Tasukete kudasai!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.70

    DB:2.70:How To Finish Japanese Mode Or Remove Ms-Ime -In Windows 7 9j


    How to Finish Japanese Mode or Remove MS-IME -in Windows 7
    plz I need remove or disable IME in my laptop ..
    I want to delete this IME..
    I deleted it through the language in control panel but,, I was back again when you restart the computer automatically
    And I want to add Arabic and English only.
    I do not want the Japanese or Asian languages, Korean

    thank you all

    DB:2.70:How To Finish Japanese Mode Or Remove Ms-Ime -In Windows 7 9j


    Hi TeMoShatnawi,
    To remove the input language, follow these steps:
    a.Click Start and select Control Panel.
    b. ClickClock, Language, and Region, and then click
    Region and Language.
    c. Click theKeyboards and Languages tab, and then click
    Change keyboards.
    d. UnderInstalled services, selectJapanese and click
    Remove.
    e. ClickApply and OK.
    This would removeJapanese language. Restart the computer and check if that works.
    For more information, see:
    Add or change an input language​

    I have done this
    Language, butreturnedagain

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.70

    DB:2.70:Problem With Japanese Dictionary Update With Error Code 6b2 jf


    I failed to install the following 3 updates.

    1. Update for Japanese Microsoft IME Standard Dictionary - KB2880582 (Version 16.0.921.1)
    2.Update for Japanese Microsoft IME Postal Code Dictionary (KB2734786)
    3.Update for Japanese Microsoft IME Trending Words Dictionary - KB2880582 (Verson 16.0.668.1)

    After updated all of them, it failed to install with error code 6b2.

    Now I'm using Windows 8.1 64 bits.

    I checked in the control panel -- uninstall program and found a previous version of each update (as attached photo), so I tried to uninstall all previous versions but I couldn't. I don't understand why...?

    I also tried to solve the problem using Windows Update Automated Troubleshooter, but it showed as the following photo:

    So it means that the problem is not fixed yet, and there are some missing files or corrupt files, right? But I don't know how to check those files.

    Do you have any suggestions to solve this problem?

    Thank you in advance for your help.

    DB:2.70:Problem With Japanese Dictionary Update With Error Code 6b2 jf

    Hi,

    If the computer was working fine previously, then you may restore the computer to a previous date and change the Windows Update settings so that you can choose the updates which you want to install.

    Refer to the section “To restore your PC to an earlier point in time” from this article.
    How to restore, refresh, or reset your PC: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/restore-refresh-reset-pc

    Important: System Restore will not revert any of the non-system files like documents, email, music, etc. to a previous state. These types files are completely unaffected by System
    Restore. If your intention with this tool was to recover a deleted non-system file, try using a
    file recovery program instead of System Restore.

    Thank you.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.70

    DB:2.70:Ime Settings Change On Reboot And Other Ime Issues k1


    I previously posted another question about the IME input mode here http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-desktop/windows-7-japanese-ime-wrong-keyboard-layout/93c4b8a5-3d95-423e-a0f6-db6b74120b18

    Computer is an Asus Bamboo laptop with a fresh Windows 7 Home Premium install with all updates.
    My installed language is English (US English Keyboard) and I am attempting to input in Japanese.

    Issues:
    1. When the machine is rebooted, it occasionally switches from the Romaji input mode to the Kana input mode. Kana input only works if you have a Kana keyboard.

    2. When the machine is booted up, the IME toolbar sometimes stops working properly.
    a. It boots up in English as it should, but then with the cursor in form field or in Microsoft Word I hit Shift-Alt to switch to Japanese. Sometimes it switches to Japanese, sometimes it doesn't.

    b. If I the language does switch to Japanese if I hit Alt-~ to switch the input, it just beeps and nothing changes in the language bar. The only way around this is to display the language bar instead of having it docked
    and manually switching the language and then changing the input mode. At this point I also have to open the tools and change the input mode to Romaji, since it changed to Kana after the reboot.

    I have several other machines running Windows 7 and IME Japanese with English keyboards and none of them have these issues. I have reinstalled windows from scratch and the issues return. Which means to me that some other software most be interfering with IME
    Japanese, or the laptop keyboard hardware is an issue.

    DB:2.70:Ime Settings Change On Reboot And Other Ime Issues k1

    This was marked as an answer even though it really isn't. Buying a new copy of Windows to install is an expensive work around. I imagine the issue is with an Asus driver which is automatically installed with the Asus drive image.

    For anyone who has this issue in the future I would suggest uninstalling any drivers or bloatware which could possibly effect the keyboard and seeing if the issue goes away. Then reinstalling the drivers/utilities one by one and testing the keyboard again after
    each one.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.70

    DB:2.70:Ime Will Not Add Ips Devices jf



    When ever we try to add sensor to IME version we get this error;

    "Error response from IME server:-IOException: Read timed out. IME IME server is not responding. Please check if it is running."

    the SERVCIES ARE RUNNING!!!!!

    DB:2.70:Ime Will Not Add Ips Devices jf


    It seems after 2 month of no answers from Cisco on how to resolve this issue.

    We have decided to remove the Cisco IPS devices and Install with TippingPoint IPS devices

    TippingPoint Supoort is much better

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.67

    DB:2.67:Adding A Japanese Dictionary 7d


    Does anyone know if I can add a Japanese dictionary to word. I want it to work as the English dictionary would with the ability to have spell check? Japanese language is installed on my machine. I have read something about Language Packs but don't know what
    they offer, eve after readng the Microsoft site!
    Thanks
    Tony

    DB:2.67:Adding A Japanese Dictionary 7d

    Well as far as i know the language packs are for proofing tools such as spelling and grammar corrections.
    What do you mean by "Japanese language is already installed on my machine"?

    I have added Japanese as an input language so that I can type in Japanese Characters. Microsoft have stopped selling language packs for Office 2007 and I don't want to have to shell out for 2010 just for the dictionary.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.67

    DB:2.67:Mystery With Wm_Ime_Startcomposition s1



    We are developing a COM addin for Microsoft Word(2003, 2007). We want to support Japanese and allow user to type in Japanese, which is possible by installing IME. But, we do not want to let Microsoft Word do typing as we want to process character keys according to our own rules. In other words, we want to monitor all of the messages and process only those where we want to enforce our rules.
     
    Problem we are facing is that we never receive WM_IME_STARTCOMPOSITION message although IME is set to Japanese and if we let Microsoft Word do typing, we can type correctly in Japanese, which of course does not follow our rules. We have tried not only using a system-level hook but also subclassing the document window in order to receive the IME messages.
     
    Following is the snap shot of messages(using Spy++ tool) on pressing a key in standard Word document in Microsoft Word. Notice the virtual key codes.
    00017 0001066E P WM_KEYDOWN nVirtKey:'K' cRepeat:1 ScanCode:25 fExtended:0 fAltDown:0 fRepeat:0 fUp:0
    00018 0001066E P WM_KEYUP nVirtKey:'K' cRepeat:1 ScanCode:25 fExtended:0 fAltDown:0 fRepeat:1 fUp:1
     
    Equivalent snap shot for Notepad(or any other application) is
    00021 0004012A P WM_KEYDOWN nVirtKey:VK_PROCESSKEY cRepeat:1 ScanCode:25 fExtended:0 fAltDown:0 fRepeat:0 fUp:0
    00022 0004012A P WM_IME_STARTCOMPOSITION
    00025 0004012A P WM_IME_COMPOSITION chDBCS:FF4B fFlags:01B9
    00027 0004012A S WM_IME_REQUEST
    00031 0004012A P WM_KEYUP nVirtKey:'K' cRepeat:1 ScanCode:25 fExtended:0 fAltDown:0 fRepeat:1 fUp:1
     
    Hence for Microsoft Word, WM_IME_STARTCOMPOSITION is never received as virtual keycode for WM_KEYDOWN is not set to VK_PROCESSKEY. We have verified that IME is enabled when we press a character key. In Microsoft Word options, IME settings do not have anything which controls issuing this message. Kindly suggest.

    DB:2.67:Mystery With Wm_Ime_Startcomposition s1


    We are developing a COM addin for Microsoft Word(2003, 2007). We want to support Japanese and allow user to type in Japanese, which is possible by installing IME. But, we do not want to let Microsoft Word do typing as we want to process character keys according to our own rules. In other words, we want to monitor all of the messages and process only those where we want to enforce our rules.
     
    Problem we are facing is that we never receive WM_IME_STARTCOMPOSITION message although IME is set to Japanese and if we let Microsoft Word do typing, we can type correctly in Japanese, which of course does not follow our rules. We have tried not only using a system-level hook but also subclassing the document window in order to receive the IME messages.
     
    Following is the snap shot of messages(using Spy++ tool) on pressing a key in standard Word document in Microsoft Word. Notice the virtual key codes.
    00017 0001066E P WM_KEYDOWN nVirtKey:'K' cRepeat:1 ScanCode:25 fExtended:0 fAltDown:0 fRepeat:0 fUp:0
    00018 0001066E P WM_KEYUP nVirtKey:'K' cRepeat:1 ScanCode:25 fExtended:0 fAltDown:0 fRepeat:1 fUp:1
     
    Equivalent snap shot for Notepad(or any other application) is
    00021 0004012A P WM_KEYDOWN nVirtKey:VK_PROCESSKEY cRepeat:1 ScanCode:25 fExtended:0 fAltDown:0 fRepeat:0 fUp:0
    00022 0004012A P WM_IME_STARTCOMPOSITION
    00025 0004012A P WM_IME_COMPOSITION chDBCS:FF4B fFlags:01B9
    00027 0004012A S WM_IME_REQUEST
    00031 0004012A P WM_KEYUP nVirtKey:'K' cRepeat:1 ScanCode:25 fExtended:0 fAltDown:0 fRepeat:1 fUp:1
     
    Hence for Microsoft Word, WM_IME_STARTCOMPOSITION is never received as virtual keycode for WM_KEYDOWN is not set to VK_PROCESSKEY. We have verified that IME is enabled when we press a character key. In Microsoft Word options, IME settings do not have anything which controls issuing this message. Kindly suggest.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.66

    DB:2.66:Unknown Error From Ime 7.0.1 To Ips4240 E3 dd



    Hi

    I just upgraded our IPS4240 from IPS-K9-6.0 E2 to IPS-K9-7.0-1 E3. Then I installed the IME 7.0.1 in my workstation for Monitoring but I have an error encountered when adding our device

    Error respone from IME server: Unknown error.

    I already tried it w/ other workstation to avoid conflicts w/ some cisco managing applications. No luck..

    I make sure also that there is no

    other security device in the middle.

    Someone have an idea?

    DB:2.66:Unknown Error From Ime 7.0.1 To Ips4240 E3 dd


    As another way, you may add your sensors to proxy override list in java settings.

    IME 7.0 uses Java network settings.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.65

    DB:2.65:Need To Type In Japanese Emails Using Hotmail Microsoft Word 1a


    I am running Windows xp english system. I have Microsoft office 2003 installed.

    For using Explorer - intrenet I changed tools/intrenet options/languages by adding japanese second to english. This helps with my using jp.msn.com web site and english as the default for viewing other websites.

    The problem I am having - cannot find a way to use Japanese with msn.ca/hotmail account OR typing Japanese in my WORD documents. I have tried to add Japan to my Language toolbar - Janpanese is not listed for me to choose. Can anyone help.

    DB:2.65:Need To Type In Japanese Emails Using Hotmail Microsoft Word 1a

    Thank you so much. Everything is working and my daughter-in-law is happy she can send emails to Japan again. Thanks

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.65

    DB:2.65:Caught In Update Cycle For Japanese Ime Update Kb2734 - Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit jk


    Windows update keeps offering me 3 updates Japanese Microsoft IME Postal Code Dictionary, Japanese Microsoft IME Standard Dictionary, Japanese Microsoft IME Standard Extended Dictionary, all with the same Knowledge Base Code (KB2734786). When I click
    to update it tells me it succeeded in one update (Postal Code Dict.) and the other two were not needed. No matter what I do, it keeps coming back. How can I correct this update problem or is it possible to uninstall and reinstall the Japanese IME capability?
    NOTE: I look at the dates of the Japanese Standard Dictionary and it seems they were not updated. They still have the 2012 file dates instead of the 2014 dates as indicated by the info on the IME website at MS. Any ideas appreciated.

    DB:2.65:Caught In Update Cycle For Japanese Ime Update Kb2734 - Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit jk

    Hi jocarbo

    Lets follow the troubleshooting given in this article.
    http://www.winhelp.us/reinstall-windows-update.html
    Good Luck.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.65

    DB:2.65:Programming A Japanese Onscreen Keyboard In Labview (Linux) da


    HI,I would like to know whether it is possible to program an onscreen keyboard for a touch screen in Japanese.I found a lot of threads on onscreen keyboards programmed for Windows but none for Linux. Also, which is the best IME for Japanese in linux and how do i access this IME in labview. Thanks in advance.Pavitra

    DB:2.65:Programming A Japanese Onscreen Keyboard In Labview (Linux) da

    I don't know how to get to it in LabVIEW, but I think SCIM has a pretty nice Japanese IME for Linux, I use it at home and it works just as well for me as the Microsoft IME. Hope that is at least of some help...

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.65

    DB:2.65:Japanese Ime Error Adding Word k3



    I have not been able to add words to my dictionary on my Japanese IME. I have Windows 7 (just bought it in June, have not made any changes to the OS). I have added the Japanese input language, and I have no problem switching between English and Japanese
    input. The only issue I am having is when it comes to adding a word。When I try to add a word or entry it gives me an Add Word error box that just says "Error adding word." and no other explanations.

    How can I fix this issue?
    It's causing me a great deal of inconvenience.
    Thank you for any help!

    DB:2.65:Japanese Ime Error Adding Word k3

    From Start menu go to Control panel, then click on "Change keyboards or other input methods" under "Clock, Language, and Region" section. You are now looking at "Keyboards and Language" tab. Then click on "Change keyboards..." button. High-light the "Microsoft
    IME" in the selection there and click "Properties" button on the right. In the Custom dictionary section click on "fix" to follow the direction.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.65

    DB:2.65:Install Japanese As An Input Language 31


    Hello! I just bought a new netbook, Asus Eee PC Seashell. It came with Windows 7 Starter pre-installed, and I'm having a big problem finding out exactly how I install Japanese as an input language.
    I know how to add an input language once it's already installed, but my issue is installing the Japanese IME to begin with.
    My other netbook used Windows XP, and I had no issues with adding Japanese to my language bar and being able to type in Japanese.
    I do not want to change my display language, I want to install and add Japanese as an input language. I want to be able to use the language bar to be able to switch from English to Japanese.

    DB:2.65:Install Japanese As An Input Language 31

    Hello, thanks for your reply. I have tried it but Japanese was not available. I went to the site and the Japanese language was under'Learn more' and it led nowhere. I wonder if we could not ever be able to type in Japanese for those users who use Windows
    7 starter..... is there any other way to add Japanese language?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.65

    DB:2.65:I Am Able To Write In Japanese, But I Have Problems To View Japanese Fonts On Desktop And Programs After Installing Ime Japanese. xm


    Hi I have Windows xp professional, service pack 2
    I have install IME Japanese 2002
    I am able to write in Japanese and switch from languages. Also I can view japanese pages in the internet.
    The problem is when I write a file with Japanese fonts, it does not show it properly, I get strange symbols. How can I fix this. Also I changed the language from skype to Japanese, and I also get strange symbols.

    Please help

    Thans a lot

    Javier

    DB:2.65:I Am Able To Write In Japanese, But I Have Problems To View Japanese Fonts On Desktop And Programs After Installing Ime Japanese. xm

    Hi I have Windows xp professional, service pack 2
    I have install IME Japanese 2002
    I am able to write in Japanese and switch from languages. Also I can view japanese pages in the internet.
    The problem is when I write a file with Japanese fonts, it does not show it properly, I get strange symbols. How can I fix this. Also I changed the language from skype to Japanese, and I also get strange symbols.

    Please help

    Thans a lot

    Javier

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.64

    DB:2.64:Japanese Ime Input Mode Auto Switch Back When Show A Popup. 79


    I have a application (WPF) works fine in Japanese IME for all other textbox. When click a button, a popup shows, and one textbox on the popup. Everytime when this popup shows, the IME input mode switch from Hiragana to Half width Alphanumeric. They are in
    the same thread. And when the popup shows, the Alt+~ does not work.
    Any idea about this is appreciated.

    DB:2.64:Japanese Ime Input Mode Auto Switch Back When Show A Popup. 79

    This thread may be of interest. As I understand it the solution which might suit you is to uninstall the problematic update.
    http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7performance/thread/d9ee6554-fbab-43fc-8102-3bdb764c8632
    Another link regarding the proposed release of Windows 7 SP1 RTM. The Windows 7 SP1 RC is a beta and not considered suitable forless experiencedusers. Personally I stay away from beta offers. They can be interesting if you have a computer where itdoes
    not matter if it goes down.
    http://www.microsoft.com/oem/en/downloads/pages/windows_7_sp1.aspx
    Try selecting Start, All Programmes , Windows Update. The Window will show you updates available downloaded. If not click on Custom (the other option is Express ) and the system will check for available updates. You may also wish to explore the other access
    points to detailed information in the left part of the window.

    Hope this helps, Gerry Cornell

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.64

    DB:2.64:Microsoft Ime - Japanese Default Input Mode mx


    The HTML help for IME clearly states:

    DB:2.64:Microsoft Ime - Japanese Default Input Mode mx

    Great solution, thanks enricom13.

    On my laptop running Win7 Home edition, somehow i couldn'tAssign Ctrl+Shift+8 to IME ON/OFF, it's not in the long list of available options. But i simply assigned Ctrl+SPACE, and this worked quite well for me.

    Whoever designed this feature at microsoft really dropped the ball, but what i don't understand is that after 5 years, they still haven't fixed such an obvious bug. My guess is that although this feature looks simple, its implementation affects many modules
    of Windows, so the risks are high, and since folks who need to type japanese on an english machine are considered a minority, MS conveniently chose to ingore us.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.64

    DB:2.64:Is There A Global Or Japanese Ime For Windows 7 39


    I'd like to type out text with japanese characters in IE8 and Office 2010but I can't figure out what to use.
    Trying to search for japanese or global IME on the microsoft site automagical opens a language selection page which has nothing to do with downloading a globalor japaneseIME for text input.
    Or is the office xp IME compatible with windows 7 (doesn't say it is in the KB).

    exploring wmplayer 12 secure internet sharing

    DB:2.64:Is There A Global Or Japanese Ime For Windows 7 39

    Ajay,

    Can you answer why Microsoft decided not to continue to follow the original Japanese input method which prioritized correctly native kanji for the specified users? The old system was user friendly. Unfortunately whomever did the IME for the new office products
    has fooled Microsoft quality control engineers. Using Non-native programmers for the input method allowed for frustrated Japanese users of Microsoft products. Most importantly this mistake could have captured at user Acceptance Testing if Microsoft had Japanese
    users try the input method. Not a single Japanese person I know is willing to buy Office products which will download language updates that reduce the typing experience writing a simple letter. There are strong reasons they love Apple products more.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.64

    DB:2.64:Word Crash When Adding Comments In Track Changes ad


    I have been given a document to proofread/edit, but every time I try typing something in a Comments box, the program crashes. I'm using Word 2010 in English OS and in Japanese OS (2 separate computers).

    After removing a table which the author felt was the cause of the crash (I don't know why), I was able to add comments without a crash, but I still get an error message when I open that file ("something is broken") or when I start to add comments (sometimes,
    not all the time).

    DB:2.64:Word Crash When Adding Comments In Track Changes ad

    Seehttp://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/CorruptDoc.htm.

    Stefan Blom, Microsoft Word MVP

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.64

    DB:2.64:Pdf To Word- Japanese 99



    Whenever I convert a pdf to word (Japanese) it does not retain the format! help please.

    DB:2.64:Pdf To Word- Japanese 99


    Hi Bp87,

    Have you selected Japanese as the language for OCR (optical character recognition)? If not, click Change under "Recognize text in..." and select Japanese.

    Please let us know how that goes.

    Best,

    Sara

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.64

    DB:2.64:Ie Coordination With Input Method Editor 9m


    I have a web application running in IE, that has text box or entry field and that field has a listener setup to interpret "carriage return"/enter as submit.

    The web browser is running in windows 7.

    If the windows 7 "input method editor" or IME, is in play (with Japanese setting) and the user is typing a 3 word composition ie "one two three" which is translated to Japanese as such.

    user types "one" and opens list box showing several translation options and picks one by scrolling to it and hitting enter. The IME seems to pass the "enter" key press to the text box which invokes the application listener. Ideally the IME should not pass the
    enter keypress to the application as the user is still typing more words ie composition is not complete.

    Is there a way to instrument IE or the IME such that enter keypress is not prematurely sent to the application.

    thanks

    DB:2.64:Ie Coordination With Input Method Editor 9m

    Hi,

    I would suggest you to post the issue on the MSDN Support forum on the link below.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.64

    DB:2.64:64 Bit Ime For Japanese On Windows 7 Home Premium__ pm


    Does anyone have a clue as to how I can get that JAMONDO IME to run on Windows 7 at 64 bits?

    When I tried to download it I was given the message that the download was 32 bit and the download was aborted!

    DB:2.64:64 Bit Ime For Japanese On Windows 7 Home Premium__ pm

    If the IME is already in Windows-7; what are the steps toactivate another language; ie. Korean?
    It appears in "upgrading" from Windows-XP to Windows-7; I now have to pay more to get back the Korean IME, by purchasing a Windows-"Ultimate" upgrade.

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    DB:2.64:Cannot See Chinese Words Using Chinese Input sc


    I have windows 7 and I have professional MS Office. I set my language bar to 4 languages - ENG, Simplfiied Chinese (QuanPin), Traditional Chinese (New Phonetic) and Japanese IME input. However, when I type in CHinese, I see only squares in the list of
    words that came out for me to select. What should I do to eliminate this problem?

    DB:2.64:Cannot See Chinese Words Using Chinese Input sc

    What is the version of Office?
    In case you are using Office 2010 / Word 2010 follow the steps below to set the proofing language and check if it helps:

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.64

    DB:2.64:Ime-Japanese 3d


    I have an exact same question as Joe 1000 on Aug.1. I have added IME but I can't type the Hirakana by phonics.(It seems like the keyboard of IME doesnot match.)The Japanese keyboard doesn't do anything either. It types only English. What do I need to
    fix this problem? My new PC is Vista Home Premium

    DB:2.64:Ime-Japanese 3d

    Hello,
    The display language is the language that Windows uses in wizards, dialog boxes, menus, Help and Support topics, and other items in the user interface. Some display languages are installed by default, and others require you to install additional language
    files. When you change the display language, it is changed for your user account and is not changed on the Welcome screen.1.

    1. Open Regional and Language Options by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Clock, Language, and Region, and then clicking Regional and Language Options.

    2. Click the Keyboards and Languages tab.

    3. Under Display language, choose a language from the list, and then click OK.

    NoteIf you don't see the list of display languages, you need to install additional language files first.

    For more information on how to change the display language, go through the below link:

    http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/2bac0e03-c331-48fc-8b7e-b66b8007512d1033.mspx

    To enable or change key sequences for switching input languages or keyboard layouts and IMEs:

    In Control Panel, under Clock, Language, and Region, click Change keyboards or other input methods.
    Click Change keyboards, and then click the Advanced key Settings tab.
    In the Advanced Key Settings tab, highlight the key setting to modify, and then click Change Key Sequence.
    In the Change Key Sequence dialog box, select the options that correspond to the key sequences and actions that you want to use to enable a user to change between installed input languages or keyboard layouts and IMEs
    For more information on Multilingual User Interface take a look at the following link:
    Guide to Windows Vista Multilingual User Interface:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc721887(WS.10).aspx
    Regards,

    Savan - Microsoft support.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.63

    DB:2.63:Activex Control Input Bug jk



    When I add a ActiveX control. It cann't input char using IME. but other control that like edit,tree,table can input with IME. All othercharacter set(chinese,japanese and so on) need using IME input character. LabVIEW is OK.Maybe CVI not support IME message handle.

    Is it a bug with CVI? I use CVI9.0.

    DB:2.63:Activex Control Input Bug jk


    When I add a ActiveX control. It cann't input char using IME. but other control that like edit,tree,table can input with IME. All othercharacter set(chinese,japanese and so on) need using IME input character. LabVIEW is OK.Maybe CVI not support IME message handle.

    Is it a bug with CVI? I use CVI9.0.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.63

    DB:2.63:Error While Launching Word - Office Subscription 79


    When i launch MS Word, i am getting the file conversion dialog box to select the encoding that makes the document readable. By default the radio button is on Other Encoding and the drop down is on Japanese.

    DB:2.63:Error While Launching Word - Office Subscription 79

    Hello,
    I am having the same problem with my WORD 2007 WORD 2013. However, under File/Options/Advanced/General, the box is unchecked (Confirm file format conversion on open.)
    When I receive the file conversion pop up window, I do choose Western European (WINDOWS) and my proper file comes up. After it opens, another dialogue pops up telling me that the add-in template is not valid (C:\Users\...\~$nereader6.sprint.dot)

    Is there help with this issue? I've tried to repair Office 2013 but that did not help.
    Mary Beth

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.62

    DB:2.62:Cannot Type Japanese In A Flash Field, With Latest Flash Plugin And Firefox. cd



    When I try to input Japanese with my IME(I tried google and Microsoft one)in a flash field, the IME just won't activate. I am stuck with only being able to use western letters and I can't change it in any way. If I load up Opera I am able to input Japanese fine in flash fields.

    DB:2.62:Cannot Type Japanese In A Flash Field, With Latest Flash Plugin And Firefox. cd

    Question owner


    @iamjayakumars
    The website is used the most is the site below. It is a japanese chat site that uses Flash, but the sites Kurosan posted also does not work for me.
    http://pigg.ameba.jp/core/main

    @Kurosan
    Great(well not really great..) to hear I am not the only one with this problem. Thought I was going nuts.

    @amitshree
    The keyboard is set to Japanese Language(I can see the JP at the taskbar of the keyboard), but there is no way I can change the input to Japanese. I am stuck with western letters.
    Also when I click on a flash field. The IME logo disappears , this normally doesn't happen when I click on a normal text field.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.62

    DB:2.62:After I Get Ie 9 My Japanese Ime Got Problem. x1


    com is dell . soft is vista basic.
    NOW!! keyboad is japanese type.
    Ican not type.
    Please somebady help me!

    I can not use Windows Mail Notebook etc..............

    DB:2.62:After I Get Ie 9 My Japanese Ime Got Problem. x1

    Hi iorisan,
    I would suggest you to perform a system restore to a time before the issue started and check if it helps:
    System Restore: frequently asked questions
    After performing system restore, Internet Explorer 9 will be uninstalled. I would suggest you to follow the steps from the following link to install it back:
    How do I install or uninstall Internet Explorer 9?
    (Applicable to Windows Vista)

    Hope this helps.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.62

    DB:2.62:Customising The Latin Keyboard Layout In Japanese Ime jz


    The Japanese IME is a great tool when there's no real keyboard available, however I have a question about its built-in Latin layout.

    DB:2.62:Customising The Latin Keyboard Layout In Japanese Ime jz

    Hi,
    If I understand the question correctly, there is not going to be a way to do this within the Microsoft software as the Latin input is dependent upon the keyboard driver.
    Hope the information is helpful.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.61

    DB:2.61:Install Japanese In Windows Xp Professional Without Cd Installer. I Try It With Japanese For Office Xp, But I Have Problem. s1


    I want to install Japanese language in my windows XP Professional. But, I don't have CD Installer. So, I tried to search how to install it without CD installer. I'm just got this way for Office XP until now.

    The first, I installed Japanese Language Pack http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8289 And it have been successful. Then I restarted my computer, but it still cannot read Japanese letters.

    And I installed Global IME (Japanese) http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=22917

    While it was installing, the error message appeared. And it said this setup require Office XP. I feel strange because the page said that Japanese Language Pack required Office XP, not Global IME(Japanese) said that. But, when I was installing Japanese Language
    Pack, there was not problem with Office XP. So, please help me. are there another way to install it? Thanks in advance.

    DB:2.61:Install Japanese In Windows Xp Professional Without Cd Installer. I Try It With Japanese For Office Xp, But I Have Problem. s1

    I get Japanese Language Support in my program.
    But, I'm afraid to uninstall it because how can I install it again?

    Can I use Japanese Language Support for file's name and others?
    How to do it?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.61

    DB:2.61:Install Japanese Ime To Window 7 Home 37


    I would like to install Japanese IME but my system doesn't let me select OK to Japanese. (Control Panel, Language) Can I download free soft or what should I do?

    DB:2.61:Install Japanese Ime To Window 7 Home 37

    The only way to change the user interface language of Windows 7 Home Premium is to purchase aWindows Anytime
    Upgrade – Windows 7 Home Premium to Ultimateand upgrade. Then you would visit Windows Update to download your desired Language Pack, such as Japanese.

    Carey Frisch

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.61

    DB:2.61:Using Ime In Word 2010 7c


    Hello
    OS: Windows 7
    Office: 2010
    I have difficulty using Japanese (and Chinese) IME in Word 2010. I can't get it to directly input into the Word document. The word appears in a little black box and then you have to tap the space bar before it is inserted into the Word document. This is
    very annoying as you used to be able to type directly into the Word document in Office 2007. Also, if you tap 'Enter' instead of 'Space', the black box disappears and I don't know how to make it appear again except by randomly pressing space or enter a few
    times. This happens after every few words. Is there a way of typing directly into the Word document and not via a black box?
    Thanks.

    DB:2.61:Using Ime In Word 2010 7c

    Nonsense, non researched, misleading rubbish answers marked as usual. Stop cluttering the internet with these useless solutions.

    Please refer to
    thisto fix (English instructions)

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.61

    DB:2.61:Microsoft Word And Typing In Japanese - Problem x1


    I just installed a Japanese keyboard on my computer. I lived and worked in Japan and I know how to use a true Japanese keyboard, so that's not an issue. What is an issue with the new-ish computer of mine (Windows 7), is that I just added a Japanese keyboard,
    but when I use it in Windows, I can't seem to type directly onto the document. My imput mode is hiragana, conversion mode is general, and the IME pad is visible. But instead of typing in the document directly, a small black box with a white space for the
    characters and a small green "return/enter" arrow pops up. I can type, delete, use punctuation, and when I press the space bar, it does some kanji conversion within this black box. However, once I press enter, I can't continue typing. The text becomes set
    in stone and totally un-editable. I can't delete one character, I can't edit the words, and once I press enter, it's like it becomes an image and my choices are to leave it or cut it.

    DB:2.61:Microsoft Word And Typing In Japanese - Problem x1

    Hello,

    Thanks for asking the Microsoft Community.

    1. Which version of Word do you use? (2003/2007/2010/2013)
    2. Does this issue also happen when you type in Notepad or Wordpad?
    3. Is the Japanese language correctly enabled in Windows 7?

    You may upload us a screenshot of the black box that you see, so that we can understand the issue more clearly. Refer the link below for more information regarding this.
    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/feedback/forum/suggest/how-to-insert-an-image-into-a-post-at-answers/bdae0306-c3cb-4d31-ace9-7281ea1a8a73

    Provide us the additional details and we’ll be glad to help.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.60

    DB:2.60:Trying To Have Input Method Editor Working. sx


    I am trying to add Japanese as my 2nd language. I went to Regional Launguage Option and installed IME - Japanese. English/Japanese icon appears on my tool bar.I tried to write in Japanese after switching IME bar to Jpn side, butit only writes in English.Am
    I missing some step?Please help.

    I have no problem in getting emails in Japanese,

    Bill

    DB:2.60:Trying To Have Input Method Editor Working. sx

    Hi Akiart,
    Thank you for visiting Microsoft Answers.
    Which version of Windows Vista is installed on your computer?
    From the post it seems that you have installed the Input Method Editor (IME) correctly however you may recheck the steps here:

    1. Click the Start
    Button, select Control Panel.
    2. Then click the "Clock, Language and Regional" option.
    3. You should then see the
    Regional and Language Options option as shown below. Under the Regional and Language Options item select
    Change keyboards or other input methods.
    4. That will bring up the
    Keyboard and Languages tab in the Regional and Language Options dialogue. Click the
    Change keyboards button:
    5. In "Text Services and Input Languages" dialog box we need to add the Japanese IME and the Japanese Keyboard components.
    6. Click the "Add" button.
    7. You should now see the "Add Input Language" dialog box.
    Scroll down to the Japanese entry, expand it and be sure that both the
    Japanese and Microsoft IME items are selected as shown below:
    1. click the "OK" button.
    2. Check if you have "Japanese" entry under "Installed Services".

    3. Click the "OK" button.
    4. You may be asked to put your Windows Vista CD-ROM in the CD drive so that the relevant files can be copied across to your hard drive.
    NOTE: You cannot install the IME without the CD.

    To use Japanese IME, you may follow these steps:
    1. Select JP Japanese (Japan) from the IME task bar menu the task bar.
    2. Right click on the JP you will bring up the Options Menu.
    3. Choosing the Restore Language bar option will convert the IME into a floating toolbar with all the IME options visible.
    4. Click on the Input Mode button (an "A" by default) will allow you to select the Input Mode.
    5. The IME Pad button will bring up the IME Features menu.

    Link to refer:
    Type in Chinese, Japanese, and other character-based languages
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Type-in-Chinese-Japanese-and-other-character-based-languages

    Hope the information helps. Please post back and let us know.
    Debleena S.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.60

    DB:2.60:Ime Hmi Language kc


    Hello,

    I'm running a professional PC with win7 64bits in English. Since I'm in Japan I need to type Japanese text with the IME but .... that one displays all in Japanese... so that I cannot make the setup (my Japanese does not allow me doing yet).
    Is there any way to get the IME in romaji / English instead of Japanese ?

    Thank you very much,

    Alexandre

    DB:2.60:Ime Hmi Language kc

    Hello,

    I'm running a professional PC with win7 64bits in English. Since I'm in Japan I need to type Japanese text with the IME but .... that one displays all in Japanese... so that I cannot make the setup (my Japanese does not allow me doing yet).
    Is there any way to get the IME in romaji / English instead of Japanese ?

    Thank you very much,

    Alexandre

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.60

    DB:2.60:Microsoft Ime Japanese Language- The Property Settings For Microsoft Ime Is Not Available. x7


    Original title: Microsoft IME [Japanese Language].

    Hi, I'm using windows 7, and recently downloaded Japanese language pack, however when I click on Microsoft IME properties, it says : " The property settings for Microsoft IME is not available." how can I fix this? Please help :(

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.60

    DB:2.60:Japanese Language Help 78


    Hello,

    I am copying Japanese text from Word and pasting into a
    Fireworks, but it only pastes blocks instead of the text. How can I
    get Fireworks to display the Japanese text? I'm showing a picture
    with both English and Japanese error recovery guidance procedures.

    Thanks in advance.

    SteveC

    DB:2.60:Japanese Language Help 78

    In case you still need a solution for WinXP.
    Install East Asian languages:

    http://www.coscom.co.jp/help3/jpfont/step1-install.html

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.60

    DB:2.60:How To Programmatically Set Ime For A Textbox? p1


    I am trying to create aflash cardapplication where some of the text boxes are in the default language and others are in a specific language. For example, English and Japanese. I can manually
    select the IME for Japanese with the keyboard, but I would like to programmatically select the correct IME when the input TextBox receives focus. Any ideas??Thanks, Ed

    DB:2.60:How To Programmatically Set Ime For A Textbox? p1

    Hi Min, now that I have Silverlight 4, what is the feature that you are referring to that will let me programatically select an input method (such asJapanese)for a TextBox control?
    Thanks, Ed

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.60

    DB:2.60:Customer Control Inheriting From System.Windows.Forms.Control Can Not Input Chinese And Japanses. 3s


    Hi all,
    I create a customer control inheriting from System.Windows.Forms.Control. If I input chinese or Japanese, all word in Chinese or Japanese will be duplicated. :( I override OnKeyPress method, and find that there are two message boxes pop up. It means OnKeyPress has been called twice. So strange.
    protected override void OnKeyPress(KeyPressEventArgs e)
    {
    base.OnKeyPress(e);
    MessageBox.Show("Key Press");
    }
    I try to inherit from System.Windows.Forms.UserControl, too. But I find that when I swith to Chinese and Japanese IME, it is disable totally.
    BTW, I am using MS IME.
    Could anybody here give me some advice? Thank in advance.
    Best regards,
    DeepNight

    DB:2.60:Customer Control Inheriting From System.Windows.Forms.Control Can Not Input Chinese And Japanses. 3s

    Hi Zhi-Xin,
    To reproduce it, you need not add any controls. You can make your control just inherit from System.Control and add it to a test form.
    public partial class UserControl1 : Control { public UserControl1() { InitializeComponent(); } protected override void OnKeyPress(KeyPressEventArgs e) { base.OnKeyPress(e); MessageBox.Show("Key Press"); } }
    Hope it is more clear now.
    Thanks for your response!
    DeepNight.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.60

    DB:2.60:Japanese Ime 9p


    Can I get a Japaneses IME for inputing and reading Japanese text?

    DB:2.60:Japanese Ime 9p

    You are able to use Japanese IME.
    I am using my surface with Korean, and surface supports almost every language.
    Once you change to Japanese IME, I assume thatyou can delete English one and change fromJapanese to English or from English to Japanese by using right 'alt' key on touch cover.
    On the touch display, the layout supports changing languages just like any other tablet.
    However, there is a BIG problem to use like this.
    After you change the IME, surface may startto freeze and fail to launch apps occasionally.
    It happensonChinese and Korean IMEs, and I assume on Japanese IME it could.
    Theonly solution thatI foundis uninstalling KB2770917 which is a huge performance update.
    I hope MS to update ASAP, but you know, Asia is not its priority.
    I guess it will take a long, long time.
    So,along story short, you can use Japanese, but there is a very annoying bug, but you can avoid it, but you have to give up a good performance update, and MS will not fix it in a near time. The last one is my opinion. :)

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.59

    DB:2.59:Keyboard Layout When Typing Japanese Using Ime Switched From Us Layout To Japanese Layout. How Do I Fix It dm


    I've been using IME on my Win 7 with US keyboard. When I was typing Japanese, my cat jumped on the keyboard, and suddenly the layout changed to Japanese one (I believe), and I can't type Japanese now. I've tried to uninstall IME and installed again
    - didn't work. Any solution??

    DB:2.59:Keyboard Layout When Typing Japanese Using Ime Switched From Us Layout To Japanese Layout. How Do I Fix It dm

    Hello aiia2121,
    To ensure that you get the installation correct, please follow the tutorial for Windows 7 from the article below:

    Add or change an input language
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Add-or-change-an-input-language

    Change your keyboard layout
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Change-your-keyboard-layout

    The Language bar (overview)
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/The-Language-bar-overview
    Regards,
    Savan - Microsoft Support.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.59

    DB:2.59: Japanese Input Method Editor (Ime) 39


    Hi. for about a week now my Japanese ime in outlook 2007 student version hangs when i try and convert to kanji from hiragana (Japanese to Chinese characters). It does eventually unfreeze but only after some minutes. Because the IME is built into language settings in windows 7 64 bit (on a satellite) it won't let me uninstall and re-install. I have tried removing and re-adding Japanese keyboards/IME but that doesn`t work either.

    I assume that it has gone wrong because i installed and then uninstalled some other Japanese software so the converter now starts off by looking in the wrong place for the character. I have tried to repair outlook but that doesn`t work either. Any thoughts welcome.

    Thanks

    Gary

    DB:2.59: Japanese Input Method Editor (Ime) 39

    Maybe the hot fix here would help No longer operate normally Input Method Editor 2007.

    If that doesn't work then I think asking your question on the Japanese Microsoft Answers would be a good thing

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.59

    DB:2.59:Dhtmledit Controller Can Not Remember Ime Status c7


    C #, WindowsForm program, using the DHTMLEdit control, the control can not remember the IME input mode (Japanese IME)

    DB:2.59:Dhtmledit Controller Can Not Remember Ime Status c7

    Hello qurui721,

    I am afraid the DHTMLEdit control is quite old, in fact it is no longer supported. If I recall correctly, it used to ship with Windows XP and it no longer ships as of Vista:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa663363.aspx

    So, even if we were able to resolve your issue by making a change to the control it would not be possible. I suggest replacing it and seeing if that can resolve your issue in tandem. To answer your questions by Speech Recognition in Office 2003 affects the
    DHTMLEdit control, it may be replacing it with a later version that does not have this issue. You can confirm this by investigating the specific version number or timestamp of DHTMLEdit.ocx.

    Thank you,
    Daniel Ma - Microsoft Online Community Support