How to Add Another Language to Your Computer Keyboard
Click start.Navigate to and open the control panel.
Open the date, time, language, and regional window.Navigate to the regional and language options tab.
Click the languages tab.There should be a section labeled text services and input methods.
Click on the details button.This will open another box with default input language and below that installed services. It's the option under installed services that you want.
Select the language you want from the menu.Click 'Add'. (Here you can also remove keyboards that you have previously installed, if you no longer wish to have them on your PC, by clicking on them and selecting 'remove').
Accept the installation of the language keyboard settings.Check that you have picked the language you want and click OK.
Click okay again.This is important for the change to be saved.
Check that the keyboard was added.Locate (on an English/American keyboard) on the bottom right-hand-side the 'EN' symbol.
Click the EN symbol.Select the language you have just installed. You should now be able to type in that language.
QuestionI did these steps, but I still can't type in that language! What do I do?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou change the language for one of two reasons. Either you already speak that language or you have a keyboard from another country. It's not Google Translate. If you can't speak the other language, changing the computer's language setting is pointless, as it only changes the dictionary database from one language to another -- it's not going to recognize English.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I get the computer to use Ukrainian?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou should follow the same steps, but select Ukrainian from the list of languages.Thanks!
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- Note: for Asian languages, you will write by typing in the Romanized version of the language (for Chinese, Pinyin) and you will be able to select from suggested characters the one you wish to use.
- For European languages, be aware that the position of some letters that aren't accented will be changed as well (for example, a French keyboard will reverse the a and the q) to reflect how commonly the letters occur in the language. Do not be alarmed if some of your letters seem to be reversed - it probably hasn't gone wrong, it's just that the foreign keyboard is arranged differently and you've told your computer that that's the keyboard you're using!
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