Typesetting international documents
Version: 5.x - Scientific WorkPlace & Scientific Word
Version 5.x of SWP and SW supports typesetting documents in languages that use non-Roman character sets. You can
The program includes shells for producing documents with both systems in Russian, Greek, Japanese, Korean, and Traditional and Simplified Chinese. Follow the general process outlined in the links below to typeset documents in other languages as well, if you're working on a Windows 2000 or Windows XP system.
If you're using a shell that wasn't provided with the program and you need to implement a new language, you must take additional steps; see the online Help for more information.
NoteTo typeset with Lambda, you must save your document with the ASCII (Normal) character set option.
To typeset with XeTeX or Lambda, you must change the TeX formatter settings as follows:
How to change the TeX formatter settings
How to typeset in non-Roman languages
Last revised 07/06/07
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