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Most of time, you browser should automatically detect pages with Chinese content and display them properly. But in case your browser does not do that, you need manually adjust setting to enable your browser to view Chinese characters by changing character encoding.
In Internet Explorer menu, click View to select encoding. If you don't know what page encoding is, you may have to experiment with encoding options.
The most common character encodings are GB (for simplified), Big5( for traditional), and UTF-8 (for both - also known as unicode).
On Netscape, you can change from "View" and then "Character Set" on main menu as stated above.
To check if your computer is configured properly, try to read this page: http://www.learn-chinese-language-online.com/chinese-grammar.html . If you can read Chinese characters on this page, congratulation!
Rosie From Learn Chinese Language Online (http://www.learn-chinese-language-online.com)
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