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From: Jimmy Ionic on 4 Apr 2010 19:29
I have an Excel-file which was created in Microsoft Office 2003 on my
desktop, which runs Windows XP.
I also have 2 devices: 1) Qtek S110 with Windows Mobile 2003 SE и Pocket
Excel installed on it, 2) new Rover with Windows Mobile 6 and new Excel 6.1
as of 2007. Both are fully licensed with valid Microsoft licenses.
The Excel-file contains Russian Cyrillic symbols, and when I open it on Qtek
it shows the right text as in originaly created file. However when I open the
same file on Rover with new version of mobile Excel, the text is displayed as
some kind of pseudo-symbols with hearts and squares all over the place so
there is no way I can read it.
I'd appreciate if someone could advise me re: how to resolve the problem of
displaying the right format of text.
From: Beverly Howard on 5 Apr 2010 10:31
>> some kind of pseudo-symbols <<
Sounds like a classic case of os font substitution.
If they are in a truetype font, copy that font to the \windows\fonts
directory on the ppc and reboot then see if that addressed the problem