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    Chinese language input

    One of our schools would like one of their teachers to be able to write documents and send e-mails in Chinese. We don't have any Chinese keyboards (which we could buy) or any PCs installed with the Chinese language but I was thinking that we could use some form of handwriting recognition is something like smart notebook to produce text in Chinese. I've installed Smart Notebook 11 with the Simplified and Traditional Chinese languages and set handwriting recognition to Chinese but I can't get it to recognise any characters as anything other than qwerty characters. Has anyone done anything like this before? If so, how did you do it?

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    Has nobody ever done this?

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