If you are working with non-English text, it is strongly recommended that you avoid FrontPage and use an alternative HTML Editor such as Microsoft Web Expression 3+, MIcrosoft's successor to FrontPage or Dreamweaver.
Due to a number of issues with the functionality of Front Page, Microsoft has discontined that tool and replaced it with Microsoft Web Expression which is generally better. Another recommended tool is Dreamweaver which works on both Windows and Macintosh.
If you only have access to Front Page, then consider these tips
Accented letters can be inserted via the Insert Symbol palette or via Windows Alt codes. When using Alt codes, check the code in HTML view to be sure the entity codes have been used.
See Front Page instructions at Viet Unicode on how to change the default encoding in Front Page 2000 so that all pages are Unicode.
Developers need a recent version of Microsoft FrontPage, the relevant fonts installed, and the Windows keyboard for that language or script installed and activated. To configure FrontPage:
NOTE: These instructions are for the Windows version of FrontPage.
NOTE: Results may vary with different scripts. When in doubt, preview in a live browser.
Another option is to cut/paste or import Unicode text, then format it for the Web.
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