Install the universal font for Unicode
Arial Unicode MS font is a full Unicode font. It contains all of the characters, ideographs, and symbols defined in the Unicode 2.1 standard.  It is contained on the Microsoft Office Installation Disk and is not installed by default.

Installing the Unicode Font In Microsoft Windows 2000, XP or Millennium Edition

1)  Quit all programs.

2)  In Control Panel, double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.

3)  Do one of the following:
            a)  If you installed your Microsoft Office program as part of an Office package, click Microsoft Office in the Currently installed programs box, and then click Change.
           b)  If you installed your Office program individually, click the name of your program in the Currently installed programs box, and then click Change.

4)  In the Microsoft Office Setup dialog box, click Add or Remove Features, and then click Next.

5)  Next to Office Shared Features, click the plus sign (+).

6)  Next to International Support, click the plus sign (+).

7)  Click the icon next to Universal Font, and then select the installation option you want.
 

Installing the Unicode Font In Microsoft Windows 98 or Windows NT 4.0

1)  Quit all programs.

2)  In Control Panel, double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.

3)  Do one of the following:
            a)  If you installed your Microsoft Office program as part of an Office package, click Microsoft Office on the Install/Uninstall tab, and then click Add/Remove.
            b)  If you installed your Office program individually, click the name of your program on the Install/Uninstall tab, and then click Add/Remove.

4)  In the Microsoft Office Setup dialog box, click Add or Remove Features, and then click Next.

5)  Next to Office Shared Features, click the plus sign (+).

6)  Next to International Support, click the plus sign (+).

7)  Click the icon next to Universal Font, and then select the installation option you want.

Note:   Because of its considerable size and the typographic compromises required to make such a font, Arial Unicode MS should be used only when you can't use multiple fonts tuned for different writing systems. For example, if you have multilingual data from many different writing systems in Microsoft Access, you can use Arial Unicode MS as the font to display the data tables, because Access can't accept many different fonts.