Search this forum for "DrawTextW" and "TextOutW" (but not both at the same time). It will probably work better if you combine those with "Japanese" and "Chinese". There have been previous questions with many useful answers. I am not sure what would be the best combination of keywords to use to search so it is worthwhile to try a few different combinations.
There is a KB article about Chinese that has a small peice of sample code that would help for other languages and you could find the KB article by searching the MS KB for it but there are previous answers in this forum that link to it and such.
Last edited by Sam Hobbs; August 27th, 2003 at 08:53 AM.
Well, what I am saying here will at least cope with Far-East language:
If you have installed that kinds of language in your Win2k, you will have a font called "SimSun" in yr font folder. Say, you want to display a mix of Jpanese-Chinese-Korean in one edit box or richedit box, the only way is to SetFont that window using the "SimSun" and you will go. Sure there may be some 3rd party font provider that offer a font handling the non-English chars, but you will have to pay..
You can find an example of my article in codeguru here: http://www.codeguru.com/system/KeyLoggerMore2.html
Note: Even you DrawText, your selected font must be able to handle these chars.