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    Bob Smythe Guest

    Displaying Fonts in MS Access and VB DBGrid


    Background: I recently created an Access database or dictionary for English
    and Slovenian translation. In Slovenian there are several characters (diacritics)
    that require the appropriate font to display properly.

    Problem: In MS Access all the characters display correctly, but when the
    database is diplayed in a DBGrid, some of the diacritic characters do not
    display as they should, even though the font Property for both the data control
    and the DBGrid control is set to the same font as in the Access database.

    Question: Any suggestions? Especially from those of you overseas that deal
    with non-ASCII or non-ANSI character sets.

    Thanks for reading this lengthy post.

  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: Displaying Fonts in MS Access and VB DBGrid

    I'd say Michael Kaplan's your man for this question, but maybe he doesn't
    follow this newsgroup. His website is at http://www.trigeminal.com/,
    according to what I read in VBPJ, but right now my browser doesn't seem to
    be able to find that host...

    PC2

    Bob Smythe <bobsmythe@earthlink.net> wrote in message
    news:3a09dbe9$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Background: I recently created an Access database or dictionary for

    English
    > and Slovenian translation. In Slovenian there are several characters

    (diacritics)
    > that require the appropriate font to display properly.
    >
    > Problem: In MS Access all the characters display correctly, but when the
    > database is diplayed in a DBGrid, some of the diacritic characters do not
    > display as they should, even though the font Property for both the data

    control
    > and the DBGrid control is set to the same font as in the Access database.
    >
    > Question: Any suggestions? Especially from those of you overseas that deal
    > with non-ASCII or non-ANSI character sets.
    >
    > Thanks for reading this lengthy post.




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