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  1. #1
    NADINE PEACOCK
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    I have a student who has qualitative interviews done in the Thai language,
    and she is transcribing them with the Thai version of Word. I'm assuming
    she won't be able to do her coding, commenting etc. in Thai (thought I'd be
    delighted to learn otherwise), but I'm wondering whether she'll be able to
    import her Thai documents into Atlas (as text, rather than as an
    image). Thanks for any insights.

    Nadine Peacock, Ph.D.
    Community Health Sciences
    1603 W. Taylor St. (M/C 923)
    Chicago, IL 60612
    (312) 355-0185
    FAX: (312) 996-3551



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    Alvin Kwok
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    Dear Nadine,

    ATLAS works well with Chinese version of Windows and Word, so it may
    also be good for Thai version. Just open ATLAS in Thai version of
    Windows and assign the Thai document (saved as text file in Thai version
    of Word). Then it should be done.

    Alvin Kwok, Ph.D.
    Hong Kong Christian Service

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    I have a student who has qualitative interviews done in the Thai
    language,
    and she is transcribing them with the Thai version of Word. I'm
    assuming
    she won't be able to do her coding, commenting etc. in Thai (thought I'd
    be
    delighted to learn otherwise), but I'm wondering whether she'll be able
    to
    import her Thai documents into Atlas (as text, rather than as an
    image). Thanks for any insights.

    Nadine Peacock, Ph.D.
    Community Health Sciences
    1603 W. Taylor St. (M/C 923)
    Chicago, IL 60612
    (312) 355-0185
    FAX: (312) 996-3551



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