Using The Index

Searches are done by applying filters. Each filter gives you options: must, must not, contain, be exactly, start with, and end with. With these options and multiple filters you can narrow any search down to what/who you’re looking for.
Hovering the cursor over a citation brings up the listing in the Key to Included References.
To print a listing, click on the listing’s number to the left of the listing. This will isolate the listing on your screen. Now, use your computer’s print button. To get back to the list, click the computer’s back arrow.
To display Japanese Kanji on your computer you need to have Japanese fonts installed on your operating system. Fortunately, this is a fairly simple thing to do today.
If you are running a Windows system, you will need to do the following.

In Settings, open your control panel and select Regional Options from the selection. Under the General Tab you will notice the Language System selected for your machine in your language. Below that is a Language System check box for your operating system, you will already have your native language selected, you also have to select Japanese from the list. You may be asked to use the Windows Installation Cd to install the fonts, just follow the prompts, it is pretty easy. Finish off by rebooting your system.

To enable Japanese IME on Vista: 1: open Control Panel 2: click on Clock, Language and Regional 3: under Regional and Language Options click Change keyboards or other input methods. 4: then click on Change keyboards. 5: in the Text Services and Input Languages box click Add. 6: scroll down to Japanese Japan and click on the plus sign. 7: click on the squares Japanese and Microsoft IME, you will see check marks in the boxes. 8: click OK 9: entry in Installed Services will appear. 10: click OK again. Now in your task bar you will see JP. Japanese fonts should now work.
If you are running Mac OS, you will need to do the following.
Just go to the international section and drag whatever language you want to the top. On the top bar of the desktop will be a flag representing whatever language you want to write in. click on it and you can change to another language.

Mac OS 9 or lower

You need to install the Japanese language kit, and in order to type kanji you have to activate the main dictionary in the language kit menu. Japanese Language Kit for OS9 comes with the install disc for os9. You have to reinstall the os9 disc and click under custom and choose the language packets you want. Make sure they turn off all the other options or they will reinstall the entire OS. After that, you just click on the flag icon on top of the desktop or press apple + space to change.
Next is your browser for both PC and Mac
After your system has restarted, open your Internet Browser and look for the Character Encoding option.

Windows, Internet Explorer. Open Internet Explorer and locate the Options Popup menu by Right Clicking anywhere in the IE Window not over an image and in the pop up menu look for Encoding. Select Japanese Auto Detect and that should be it.

Netscape. look in the View pull down menu, open Character Coding, then Auto Detect, and select Japanese.

Macintosh. Internet Explorer. Click the view tab, select the Character Set, then select Japanese Auto Detect.

Netscape. look in the View pull down menu, open Character Coding, then Auto Detect, and select Japanese.