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Kana to Kanji Conversion Selectable Function on Word Processor

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000109741D
Original Publication Date: 1992-Sep-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-24
Document File: 2 page(s) / 47K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Ikeda, H: AUTHOR [+3]

Abstract

Disclosed is a program that enables a user to select kana to kanji conversion programs on a word processor.

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Kana to Kanji Conversion Selectable Function on Word Processor

       Disclosed is a program that enables a user to select kana
to kanji conversion programs on a word processor.

      Generally, each Japanese word processor has a unique kana to
kanji conversion program, which is called a front-end processor.
Thus, users must understand each of the kana to kanji conversion
programs and their user interfaces when the users move from one word
processor to another processor.

      The disclosed program enables the user to select one kana to
kanji conversion program on the word processor and register the
selected kana to kanji conversion program information into its
profile, as shown in the figure.  If the user does not like an
offered kana to kanji conversion program, the user can select some
other kana to kanji conversion program from the offered programs.

      The user can select the most favored kana to kanji conversion
program, and the word processor registers this information.  Even if
the user moves from other word processors, the user does not need to
study the new kana to kanji conversion, can use the accustomed kana
to kanji conversion, and can use the profile of the kana to kanji and
user dictionary on the new word processor.

      If the user resumes the use of a word processor, the word
processor reads the information of kana to kanji conversion on
profile and runs the selected kana to kanji conversion.