Virtual Printer - Language Support
Language Options for Printed Data
The Virtual Printer can print text data in any language. Here is an example of output to a PDF file in Chinese.
Language Options for the Virtual Printer Dialog
The Virtual Printer properties dialog can appear in English (by default), Chinese, Russian, and Spanish. Select the desired language on the Language tab:
To add any other language support, open the yvpe.lng file in the Virtual Printer folder. Create an additional designation block with text in another language instead of English.
Language Identifier (ID) allows an operating system to choose a language automatically. A user will then see the Virtual Printer dialog in the language of the system. You can find Language ID values here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/. Convert a hexadecimal value to a decimal value.
Please note that language localization of the properties dialog is an additional feature that needs to be purchased.