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Translated text of the CISG in Japanese
To access a Japanese text on your computer screen, adjustments may be required to obtain a proper viewing and print-out of the text.
As an example of the manner in which to proceed in instances in which your computer is set for "Western (Latin I)" texts:
- If you are using Internet Explorer, download "multilanguage support" from the Microsoft website at "http://microsoft.com/ie/download/windows.htm" and click on Japanese and choose "MS Gothic" for your font.
- Step One is only necessary for the first time you are accessing a Japanese text; thereafter you may proceed directly to Step Two.
- If you are using Netscape 4.0 or higher, go to the "view" menu; click on "character set". Choose "Japanese (Auto-Detect)" and "MS Gothic" for your font.
- If you are using Netscape 3.0 or lower, go to the "options" menu; click on "document encoding". Choose "Japanese (AutoDetect)" and "MS Gothic" for your font.
Systems other than Netscape will require similar adjustments.
- To thereafter return to "Western (Latin I)" texts, you should re-adjust your computer for this.
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Last updated September 1, 1998