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Windows XP Global IME

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I use the XP global IME to input Japanese charactrs into documents. The language bar works fine, and I can switch to hiragana input, but I can't input Japanese characters into web pages. I can input into Word, Outlook, etc. I can even input Japanese characters into the address bar in Internet Explorer, but not in text boxes on a web page.

Ij addition, something weird. When I input the Japanese characters in the address bar, and I go to the web page and click in a text box, the characters are transferred into the text box on the web page!

Can you figure out how I can input the characters directly on the web page? I must say I was able todo so before but my kid was playing with my keyboard and mouse and may have been the one who screwd up the IME.

Thank you
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