Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
I want a setting about printing language to set my printer to print in that special language.how can i reach to the setting of my printer?
It's not the printer that determines the language that is printed. It is the operating system and/or the program that is printing. Also, what you type.
In computers that run Windows operating systems it is chosen in the Control Panel. Use the Start button. Choose Control Panel then Regional and Language Options. Select your language in the pulldown menu. The entire system, including prompts, titles, etc. will now revert to that language. It will not, however, do a translation. If you have documents that were written in English they will still be English. If you want to type in English and print in French it will not happen. You must type in French to print in French...Comprenez-vous ?
A simple translator is available at http://www.reverso.net.
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