BRAMA - Cyrillic/Ukrainian Configuration of PC Word Processors

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System Configuration - Word Processors
MS Word
Instructions presented here, though possibly applicable in general terms to other software, are primarily meant to facilitate the installation and configuration of software available at BRAMA. Before proceeding make sure that you have installed fonts & keyboard drivers.

To configure MS Word versions 2, 6, and onward to work in Ukrainian
MS Word offers two ways to work with Ukrainian.
  1. From the tool bar click the down-arrow next to the font window and select an ER Font; we recommend working in CP1251. Next,
  2. From the tool bar click the down-arrow next to the font size window and select the font's point size.
(2) Alternatively,
  1. from the drop-down menus, click on Format, then
  2. either Character or Font, then
  3. in the Character or Font dialog box select Font, Point size, Style, and other attributes.
  4. Click Ok to confirm your choices and close the dialog box.
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To configure WordPerfect (WP) to work in Ukrainian
To configure WP for Windows 6.0, 6.0a, 6.1, and 7.0 (both Win95 and Win3.1x) to work in Ukrainian To change the font
either ...
  1. Strike "F9" to activate the Font Dialog Box
  2. Select the appropriate font in which you would like to work
  3. Hit Ok
  4. Activate the appropriate keyboard driver
or ...
  1. Highlight the text you would like to see in Ukrainian
  2. Strike "F9" to activate the Font Dialog Box
  3. Select the appropriate font
  4. Hit Ok
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These pages in their conception owe a great deal to the work of
Matvey Palchuk's Russification of Macintosh and
Zenon Feszczak's Ukrainianization of Macintosh pages.
Much thanks to them.

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