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Quoting Tristan McLeay <[log in to unmask]>:

> On Tue, 4 Nov 2003, John Cowan wrote:
>
> > Outside that specific scope, it makes little sense for ij to be a
> character.
> > Certain Dutch-specific fonts may want to recognize sequences of i and j
> and
> > substitute a ligatured glyph, however.
>
> How about when capitalising a word starting with IJ? Would you need to
> include a dictionary with words like IJsselmeer in any program that can
> capitalise words? (I guess IJsselmeer isn't the best example given that at
> least in (we-don't-need-no-stinken-non-ASCII-chars) English it _always_
> has the capital, but does Word know to not lowercase the J?)

My fairly recent version of Word auto-"corrects" it to **Ijsselmeer ...

                                                                  Andreas