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French Characters

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I've looked everywhere for a solution and can't find one. We have
french descriptions in our Oracle data warehouse that I need to use if
the client is flag as speaking french. Through SQL/PLUS I can see the
umlauts (accents) like the letter . But MS Access mixes them up with
another character. I have set my computers language to
English(Canadian) and ever French(Canadian), nothing changes. I will
not parse every word to test for the characters because the filed is
too long and the recordset large. Any Ideas how I can configure this?

May 12 '06 #1
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Try to checked the "Extend support for advanced text services for all
programs"

you can find it in
Control panel> Regional Settings>Tab(Languages)>
Details>tab(advanced)

May 15 '06 #2

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Didn't work. I have cross posted this to the Orcal.misc group and they
seem to think the NLS_LANG setting is not correct - I'm using US7ASCII,
and it should be a 8 bit codepage instead, in order to get the extended
characters

May 15 '06 #3

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This didn't work either

May 15 '06 #4

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