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Old 2005-12-31, 19:11   Link #1
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When written vertically, Japanese text is written top to bottom, right to left.
When written horizontally, Japanese text is written left to right, top to bottom.

Japanese books are always printed right-to-left.
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Old 2006-11-27, 21:27   Link #2
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Ok I just want to understand if I am doing this right . . . . or I should say how the Japanese text is placed on a peice of paper . . .

Is is read from the left to the right and from the bottom to the top of the page?

I have an Adobe program which can make Japanese text . . . . so If I were to type the word, Gundam, would I have to type it backwards???

Any info would be nice Thanks
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Old 2006-11-27, 23:35   Link #3
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When written vertically, Japanese text is written top to bottom, right to left.
When written horizontally, Japanese text is written left to right, top to bottom.

Japanese books are always printed right-to-left.
ok Thanks! I really appreciate it! I just wasn't sure
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