I just bought a laptop for my friend that only understands spanish, she can not read any english how can i change the words to spanish. and where is the @ on the latin american keyboard, we changed the key board to spanish
The @ is at Alt-Gr + Q now to change it to spanish you will have to reinstall a spanish operating system. If its a new laptop, with a legal operating system, then i would try to trade it with the manufacturer.
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1. Open Menu
2. Go to the "Ajustes" (it's Settings on spanish)
3. Click and open Ajustes (Settings)
4.Scroll to the "Lengua" (it's spanish word fro language)
5. Press and choose English
Hope I was helpful.
Unless you have a friend who can read Chinese, you will need to go into the menu and go through each menu and sub-menu until you come across the word "english" at which point you would press the select/ok button.
If you cannot read anything on a sub-menu, press ESC to return to the "main" menu.
One of the menus will do it ("lingua" ??? "habla" ???)
Don't forget that from www.google.ca you can select "language tools", and type some words, and choose to translate those words from Spanish to English, on another computer placed beside your HP computer.
try going to the panel control and clicking on language and swith it to english but if u r having trouble understanging reading spanish then find a translator online and look up the words u cant understand
Go to Control Panel click on the Regional and Language Options Icon and change the current format to English..... My understanding of the words in Spanish to do this is not much different than the English, so it should not be to hard to change.
Oh boy that's a real problem. I guess the menu is there but you don't understand it because it's in Spanish.
I don't know this particular phone but thinking logically, there are four things I would consider.
1) Find someone who can speak Spanish, there are lot of people who can.
2) Find someone who has the same phone that is in English and copy the key presses.
3) Use Google language tools to help you interpret the Spanish menu
4) Take you phone to a dealer