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  1. I use Microsoft IME for inputting Japanese characters. When I tried a test I found that I could not bold the Japanese characters. I chose MS IME for Japanese, set the font to MS PMincho, selected text, typed in the characters I wanted (worked exactly as expected), tried to bold the character and bold was not enabled in AD. Neither was Italics. The underline function was present and works. I use this IME regularly and all functions are implemented within other products, MS Word, Serif DrawPlus, etc. I see from the language selections that you are aiming this at the Japanese market - this functionality might be important for fixing or implementing asap. Thank you, Bri-ko
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