Where can I get correct ftp korean symbols?

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Where can I get the correct FTP Korean symbols? I am using UTF-8 but not able to receive the symbols properly. Other symbols such as French etc. work properly.

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Where can I get correct ftp korean symbols?

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The alphabet of the Korean language is called Hangul. I somewhat got confused whether you only want this font installed and be used by your ftp application or you totally want to install it on your computer. The website where I found the information says that Microsoft Office 2000 and later versions already include the Hangul font and goes by the name “Batang” and it also says that it can be used with any application that supports text input.

But after checking my present version of Microsoft Office [I am using Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007] I didn’t find that font style there. Try checking your Microsoft Office if that font style is present. Anyway, to download the Hangul font style of Korea, you may visit eHow™ tech — How Do I Get Hangul Fonts on My Computer? and then follow the instructions listed there.

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Where can I get correct ftp korean symbols?

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To be able to view documents with Korean texts, one must be using Korean Windows or needs Korean font on the computer so that Korean websites can be displayed properly in the web browser or print a Korean document without seeing squares on the texts. Lower versions of Microsoft Windows like Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT 4 don’t normally come with Korean fonts and need to be installed.

Higher versions of Microsoft Windows already have built-in East Asian languages support. Normally, the East Asian languages support is not enabled on the operating system especially if you are not using Korean Windows or you selected English as the default language during the installation. If you cannot view Korean texts properly or the Korean language is not available, you need to enable the East Asian languages support.

To enable East Asian languages support, click Start, Control Panel, “Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options”, and then click either “Add other languages” or “Regional and Language Options”. Select Languages tab then check “Install files for East Asian languages” and then click OK all through out. See image.

After this, you need to restart the computer.

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