Show or Hide the Language Bar on Windows 7

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Rushell, Eng

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    The first thing that you need to do is go to Start menu and choose Control Panel
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    Now, a new window will open
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    This is the Control Panel.
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    From here, you need to click on Clock, Language, and Region
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    In this next window, choose Region and Language
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    In the new window that pops up, you need to go to the Keyboards and Languages tab
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    Tap on the Change keyboards button
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    At this new window, you need to go to the Language Bar tab
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    Now, you can either make the language bar float on your desktop, be docked to the taskbar, or be hidden
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    At the top, just choose your preference and click the OK button.
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    You can click on OK at the next window also
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    Finally, we'll close the Control Panel window by clicking on the red X at the top right corner
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to hide or show the language bar on Windows 7
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Categories : Windows

Recent edits by: Rushell, Lukward Thomason

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