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Using the Language Bar

After you have configured support for at least one language other than English, the Language bar appears on your desktop. The Language bar is part of the operating system and is available to all programs, not just Microsoft Office. You use the Language bar to switch among the input languages that you have installed and, in the case of the East Asian languages, to adjust the way the IME behaves. The button at the left end of the Language bar, the Keyboard Layout Indicator, lists an abbreviation for the currently selected input language. (Depending on whether you have text labels showing, it may also list the full name of the language.) To switch to a different language, click the button and select the other language from the drop-down list (see Figure 21.9).

Figure 21.9. Click the Keyboard Layout Indicator button to select a different input language.



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