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IMEMode/KanjiConversion Property [Access 2003 VBA Language Reference]

Office 2003

You can use the IMEMode property to set a control's Kanji Conversion Mode when the focus shifts to the control.


The IMEMode property uses the following settings.

Setting Description Visual Basic
No Control Kanji Conversion Mode not set (default). 0
On Turns on Kanji Conversion Mode. 1
Off Turns off Kanji Conversion Mode. 2
Disable Disables Kanji Conversion Mode. 3
Hiragana Sets full pitch hiragana 4
Full pitch Katakana Sets full pitch katakana. 5
Half pitch Katakana Sets half pitch katakana. 6
Full pitch Alpha/Num Sets full pitch letters/numbers. 7
Half pitch Alpha/Num Sets half pitch letters/numbers. 8
HangulFull Sets full pitch hangul. 9
Hangul Sets half pitch hangul. 10

Note  You can set this property by using the property sheet , a macro , or Visual Basic .

You can specify the Kanji Conversion Mode when the focus shifts to control by setting the IMEMode property. If set to No Control (default) the setting before the focus shifted to that control is used. For any other setting, the Kanji Conversion Mode setting for that control is used. For example, if the IMEMode property is set to Off, the Kanji Conversion Mode is turned off, and if the IMEMode property is set to On, the Kanji Conversion Mode is turned on. The Kanji Conversion Mode automatically changes each time the focus shifts between controls.

Note    If set to Disable, the Kanji Conversion Mode settings cannot be changed. If any other setting is used, the Kanji Conversion Mode can be changed, but when the focus changes, the settings are lost. If you want to save the settings before the control loses the focus, set the IMEHold/HoldKanjiConversionMode property.

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