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2013/02/21 09:58:19 UTC
How to edit german, french, spanish, polish, ... documents in TeXWord ?

To edit european language documents in TeXWord you should carefully set some parameters. When you create new document from template, these parameters are set properly. However, manually created documents may have not ideal parameters.

Font Encoding: european languages should be prepared with fonts in T1 encoding. Check it! Insert \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} into document preamble. When such document is edited in TeXWord font encoding should be set properly in dialog 'Options/TeX Running parameters' - 'Internal TeX Encoding'. Modern versions of TeXWord check this parameter automatically and suggest user to change it properly.

Input Encoding: choose proper input encoding in 'Options/TeX Running parameters'.

NOTE: All central european (matched CP1250) languages, and two western languages (german, french) require using inputenc or TCX.

Using inputenc:

\usepackage[cp1252]{inputenc}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[german]{babel}
% Note: Options/TeX Running Parameters ...
%       Document Input Encoding = CP1252
%       Internal TeX Encoding 	= T1
%   [ ] Perform Conversion between Input and Internal (TCX OFF)

Using TCX:

\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[german]{babel}
% Note: Options/TeX Running Parameters ...
%       Document Input Encoding = CP1252
%       Internal TeX Encoding 	= T1
%   [X] Perform Conversion between Input and Internal (TCX ON)

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