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We are typing some words dont display same words in one user

We are typing some words dont displahy same words in one user
what iam doing now this user administrator, but another user is good working

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Dear sir

please do as following

start>program files > accessories > on screen keyboard
please click on insert with mouse
then you can type as usual

regards
murali

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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