Changing the Keyboard Layout and Language Settings on Your PC
Windows gives you the opportunity to change your keyboard
language and layout to virtually any language or layout
you may need. You can change from the English QWERTY
layout to the English Dvorak layout or input a new
Input languages are included with Windows,
you simply have to add them.
Click Start --> Control
Panel --> Clock, Language
and Region --> Regional
and Language Options
Click on the Keyboards and Languages tab
and then on Change Keyboards
Click Add under Installed
Find the language and text services
that you want to add in the list and double-click
on them. When
you are finished, click OK. You
may need to restart your computer for the settings
to take effect.
Once you have inputted the languages
and keyboard settings that you want to use it is incredibly
easy to switch back and forth between languages and
keyboard settings as you work. To change the
language all you have to do is click on the Language
Input bar on your tool bar. The Language
bar appears automatically on your tool bar when you
input language settings. Feel free to move the
Language bar anywhere on your screen. From the
Language bar you may choose from any of the language
and keyboard layout settings that you chose earlier
when you inputted languages. If you don’t
want the language bar to appear on your toolbar it
is easy to minimize or close.
To minimize the language bar, right-click on
the bar. Then click on minimize to reduce
the bar to a small icon on the toolbar.
To close the language bar, right-click
on the bar. Then click on close to remove it from
your desktop. Removing the language bar does
not remove the text services that you have applied.
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