Globalizing Windows Forms
Visual Studio .NET 2003
Globalization is the process of designing and developing a software product that functions for multiple cultures. The topics in this section apply only to Windows Forms.
In This Section
- Setting the Culture and UI Culture for Windows Forms Globalization
- Explains how to set the two culture values for Windows Forms.
- Encoding and Windows Forms Globalization
- Describes full Unicode support and its implications.
- International Fonts in Windows Forms and Controls
- Explains when and how to select fonts for display of international characters on Windows Forms.
- Displaying Right-to-Left Text in Windows Forms for Globalization
- Provides instructions for displaying text that flows from right to left on Windows Forms.
- Display of Asian Characters with the ImeMode Property
- Introduces the ImeMode property, which is used to control the type of input a Windows Form or control accepts.
- Introduction to International Applications in Visual Basic and Visual C#
- Discusses the concepts related to developing software for an international market using Visual Basic .NET or Visual C# .NET.
- Planning World-Ready Applications
- Provides information on programming for an international audience, such as design issues and terminology.