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first thing insert your operating systme cd when add click on the update option when it ask you select the language now click on the additional languages and click the insatll support for right to left languages.
Or else search in google for the arabic plugin to add in micro soft
To add Chinese in the language bar, please do the following:
1) Go to Control Panel->Regional and Language Options
2) Under the settings Tab, click the Add button.
3) Under the Input Language,Select the chinese language you want.
4) Click the OK button.
5) Click the OK button again.
6) Check if you can select chinese in the language bar.
I hope the above information is helpful.Thank you for using Fixya.
Machine languages are the only language that are understood by the computers.While easily understood by the computers machine languages are almost impossible for humans to use because they consist entirely numbers.Machine level languages are in binary codes 1, 0 which only computers can understand normally.
The only advantage is that program of machine language run very fast because no translation program is required for the CPU.
It is very difficult to program in machine language. The programmer has to know details of hardware to write program.
The programmer has to remember a lot of codes to write a program which results in program errors.
Click Start -> Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options. Click
the "Keyboards and Languages" tab, and then click "Change Keyboards". Here,
under the General tab, you will have to add a secondary language to your
keyboard, if not you will not be able to view the language bar. To do this click
Add, and select the language you wish to use, click OK.
If this does not help, or you do not have Vista, please let me know.
For a beginning programmer, you should start with a programming language such as Visual Basic which lets you place controls onto a workspace and then program for each control. Most programs can be programmed in many languages, and the more powerful the programming language, the more complicated and longer it will take to learn. Microsoft programs are actually programmed in their own proprietary language, however the most popular these days would be the C programming language. There are a few variations of this including C++ and C# (pronounced "See Prime"). There are many resources for beginning programmers if you wish to learn on your own, or you can attend your local community college to learn programming a classroom setting.