Surveys in Other Languages
You can run surveys in any alphabet-based language such as French, German, Italian, Spanish, etc. without problems in The Survey System. This includes Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Thai, Russian, and other languages using non-Roman characters, although you may need to install Windows language packs for some alphabets in some older computers. You can have different languages in the same survey and direct respondents to the section with their preferred language.
The Survey System also works in non-alphabetic languages such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, if your copy of Windows is set to the relevant region.
The Survey System can right-align surveys in languages such as Arabic or Hebrew that are written right-to-left (RTL).
The program shows English language instructions and labels on the screen, irrespective of the survey language used, but the questions and answers can be in the language of choice. Special characters or accents such as á, ñ, ô, ß or Ø etc. can be displayed by using either a keyboard in that language or the ALT key with the relevant 3 or 4 digit code on an English language keyboard.