Quote: Originally Posted by JIMHALL75
I've considered an upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate, but certainly not until I know that the problem would be fixed.
I just tried the Symbol font, but get gibberish with that, also. There are over 20 different Greek fonts in the Windows 7 package, including old reliables Times New Roman, Arial, Verana and New Courier.
Sorry. I obviously have no idea what I'm writing about here. I make limited use of the symbol font for mathematical expressions, but I nearly never use the non-English characters in the standard fonts (e. g., Times New Roman).
Maybe the Windows compatibility site: Windows 7 Compatibility: Software Programs & Hardware Devices: Find Updates, Drivers, & Downloads
will help. I'm unfamiliar with any of the software that you listed, but I imagine that they may be too old to work properly with Windows 7. If so, I hope that either you can update them cheaply, or that you can run them in compatibility mode.