Change or Add Keyboard Languages in Windows 7
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Colette Cole, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow and this is a tutorial on how to change or add keyboard languages to your Windows 7 computer.
The first thing that you need to do is go to the start menu and click the option for the Control Panel.
Once the new window is open, you need to click "Clock, Language and Region".
In this section, you'll need to select the Region and Language selection.
A new window will pop up, and you'll then need to go to the Keywords and Languages tab.
You will then press the "Change Keyboards" button.
Here, you can either add or remove languages or even change the layout of them.
I will press "add" and for this example I will add Australian English.
You will have to then click "US" and click "OK".
Now you can move this up in the queue or down.
Then press "OK".
Now you can close the Clock, Language and Region window.
In order to change the language, you need to click on the language bar at the bottom of the bar down at the bottom of the desktop on the taskbar, and just choose the language you desire.
This concludes our tutorial on changing or adding keyboard languages to a Windows 7 computer.
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Video: Change or Add Keyboard Languages in Windows 7
Recent edits by: Eng, Colette Cole, Lukward Thomason