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Private Character Editor

Private Character Editor
A component of Microsoft Windows
Private Character Editor in Windows 7

Private Character Editor is a limited font editor that comes with Windows for creating private use characters. Those characters are user-defined characters by Unicode.[1]

The program is accessible via the Start Menu on East Asian editions of Windows.[2] In Windows 7, where it is located in the Accessories → Systems Tools folder, it is only accessible from Run command or command line on other editions of Windows. However, the program itself can be found in the folder C:\WINDOWS\system32, under the name eudcedit.exe.

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  • Private Character Editor overview
  • Private Character Editor- Eudcedit
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