Different Languages supported

taha54

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hi all, long time since i came here....nice to be back :)

i built a VBA codeto search html files for some words, these words are not only english, there is Hindi, chinese, and arabic text too,

do you know if Excel VBA can support such charachters

thank you
Faisal
 

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sorry...i want to be more specific
what my code do is it search the html parameters and but in the workbook as follows
Cells(1,"A") = english word
Cells(1,"B") = chinese word
Cells(1,"C") = Arabic word

and all these words are available in the html file, wen i ran the file, i got wierd charachters

thanks
 
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