Installing Korean Fonts in Window XP

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					Installing Korean Fonts in
        Window XP
      RHS Korean Class
Step 1
• Click the “Start” menu
    and choose “Control
    Panel”.
•   Click “Date, Time,
    Language and Regional
    Options” icon.
•   Select “Add other
    languages”.
Step 2
“Regional and Language
  Options”
• Install files for East
  Asian languages
• Click “Details”.
Step 3
“Text Services and
  Input Languages”
• Click the “Add”.
Step 4
“Add Input Languages”
• Choose “Korean” in
  the “Input language”.
Step 5
“Add Input Language”
• Check the “Keyboard
  layout/IME”.
• Choose “Korean Input
  System (IME 2002)”
  in the drop down.
Step 6
• You should end up
    with a “Korean” entry
    under “Installed
    Services”.
•   “Korean Input System
    (IME 2002)” should
    be under keyboard.
    – Not just “Korean”.
Step 7
• After rebooting, IME
    icon in your task bar.
•   It has a Korean
    option when it is
    clicked.
Step 8
• Click on the Korean
    option.
•   Default Input
    Language: English.
•   Click “Alt” on the right
    to change the input
    language into Korean.
Step 9: How to read Korean.

• Go to “View” from the menu above.
• Select “Encoding”, and then select
  “Korean”.
• Now, try a few Korean websites.
• http://yahoo.co.kr
• http://naver.com
• http://www.daum.net

				
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