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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.

Related Sections

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.
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