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Yes the Pocket PC is unicode. Now for the bad news. Microsoft did not
include a font that supports all the characters. So you need to install a
Tahoma font from a Windows PC that supports Korean. The font should be
installed in \windows\fonts and you may need to perform a soft reset.
"Juan Guirao" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have installed some Korean software on my IPAQ1940 (with English Pocket
> PC) but the Korean characters are not displayed correctly.
> Is this normal?
> Isn't Pocket PC supposed to be a Unicode system?
> Is there anything I can do to display Korean correctly?
> Juan Guirao