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Dell 1546 -windows 7- will not scroll when inputting languages

When inputting a language the list drops but will not scroll to english

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How do i change my lenovo latop from chinese to english?


Dear Costmer,
Go to the "Start" menu, then choose "Settings," "Control Panel" and "Regional and Language Options."
Click the "Languages" tab, then the "Details" button, the "Settings" tab and the "Add" button.

Choose an input language from the list. You can choose ANY language. For example, if English (US) is the "input language," check the "Keyboard layout/IME" box to select the US-International English keyboard from the list. Click "OK" and close the input window. A language indicator should appear in the System Tray (the area in the bottom right hand corner of the desktop). Switch between input languages by pressing the "Alt" and "Shift" keys simultaneously.

Click "Apply" to finish the process and finalize your choices. You shouldn't need the Windows installation CD for this process.
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Every day, when I log on, my PC has defaulted to Norwegian--so far the only fix I found is to arbitrarily do a password reset every day--that can't go on!!


jalemn272,

You do not mention your operating system that is installed. Below are the steps to change in Windows XP. The instructions are pretty much the same for most all Operating Systems.
The following steps explain how to change computer language to English in Windows XP.
1. Open Control Panel and double click on the Regional and Language Options icon.
2. In the first tab, Regional Options, select English (US), English (UK), or any other English (there are many versions of English pre-loaded) as per your wish. The option is available in the first drop down list under Standards and Formats (see Fig 1). You may also click the Customize button next to the drop down to customize the format of date, time, currency etc.
3. Click on the next tab, Languages and then click the button labeled Details. In the Text Services and Input Languages dialog box, you can see all the installed languages. Select English in the list of available languages under Default Language Settings (Fig 2).
4. To create a keyboard shortcut for switching among installed languages, use the Key Settings under Preferences (Fig 3). Please note that you can also use the Language bar to switch among languages. Click OK to close the dialog box.
5. To set English as the default language for the particular user account, click on the Advanced tab of Regional and Language Options dialog box. Make sure English is being displayed in the drop down box and check the last option in the dialog box (See Fig 4).
6. Click OK to close the dialog box and logoff for the settings to take effect.

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Iam using inspiron 5010 i5 core laptop, m unable to type greater than or less than signs from my keyboard its showing other symbols, i have windows 7 as my operating system, help me as soon as possible


Hi Faiz,
The standard keyboard language and widely used setting is "ENGLISH (US)"
Set the Keyboard layout to English US so that you have standard keys for symbols etc. like @ sign with SHIFT+2 etc.

The keyboard layout / Language of your PC may have been different (other than English US), so follow these steps to select the International keyboard layout:

- Go to Control Panel - Regional and Language settings
- On the Keyboards and Language tab, click Change keyboards.
- Click Add.
- Expand the language that you want. For example, English (United States).
- Expand Keyboard list, select the United States-International check box, and then click OK.
- In the Default input language list, click Language name - United States-International (where Language name is the language that you selected in step 4), and then click OK two times.
- In the Regional and Language Options dialog box, click OK.


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(The above illustration is for Windows XP, but you would find similar options in Windows 7 as well)
The above steps would change the Keyboard Layout settings to 'English US' and you would be able to type @ sign with SHIFT+2 and with SHIFT+. etc

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I can't use my @ symbol on my Lap top how can I fix this problem I tried shift and 2 at the same time and it's giving me this symbol " instead


Your keyboard's input language is likely set for English - Canadian French and you may notice also a problem with keying the question mark ? and getting the é character instead. If you look carefully, you'll see on the 2 key, the @ has the " next to it and the ? key has é next to it. The language bar is the easiest way to get to the window to change the keyboard's input language. However, if you don't have the language bar showing, then you will have to do the following....
For Windows XP
1. at the bottom left corner of the desktop, click on start
2. on the start window, click on Control Panel
3. on the Control Panel window, double click on Regional and Language Options
4. on the Regional and Language Options window, click on the Languages tab
5. on the Text services and input languages part of the Languages tab, click Details
6. to bring up the Settings tab and in the Default input language part, click on v for language list
7. on the drop down language list, high-light and click on English (United States) - US
8. on the bottom of the Settings tab in the Preferences part, click on Language Bar
9. on Language Bar Settings pop-up window, click to set the appropriate check boxes
10. click on OK on each of the three windows to apply settings and exit.
For Windows 7
1. at the bottom left corner of the desktop, click on the round start button with the windows logo
2. on the start window, click on Control Panel
3. on the Adjust your computer's settings window, click on Region and Language
4. on the Region and Language window, click the Keyboards and Languages tab
5. on the Keyboards and Languages tab, click Change Keyboards button
6. on the resulting Text Services and Input Languages window, on the General tab click on v
7. on the drop down language list, high-light and click on English (Canada) - US
8. click on the Language Bar tab then click to set appropriate radio buttons and check boxes
9. click on OK on each of the two windows to apply settings and exit

May 11, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Got an HP Laptop. Need to change language of keyboard to English as when I press a symbol, it brings up an incorrect one.


In the bottom right hand corner of your screen (on the taskbar), you'll see either a symbol of a keyboard (Windows Vista or Windows 7), or two letters together (Windows XP). This symbol represents the language you're currently using for your keyboard. Click on that symbol with your mouse, and select which language you'd like to use (In this case english) to resolve this problem

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When holding down the shift keys it is typing the wrong symbols


you need to change the keyboard lay out.
Windows 7 or Windows Vista
  1. Click Start Collapse this imageExpand this imagevistastartbutton.jpg, type intl.cpl in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.
  2. On the Keyboards and Language tab, click Change keyboards.
  3. Click Add.
  4. Expand the language that you want. For example, expand French (Canada).
  5. Expand Keyboard list, click to select the English (UnitedS tates) check box, and then click OK.
  6. In the options, click View Layout to compare the layout with the actual keyboard.
  7. In the Default input language list, click English (United Kingdom) - English (United States), and then click OK two times.
  8. In the Regional and Language Options dialog box, click OK. Note The Language bar appears on the taskbar. When you rest the mouse pointer over this bar, a tooltip appears that describes the active keyboard layout.
  9. Click the Language bar, and then click English (United States)

Windows XP
  1. Click Start , type intl.cpl in the Run box, and then press ENTER.
  2. On the Languages tab, click Details.
  3. Under Installed services, click Add.
  4. In the Input language list, select the language that you want. For example, select French (Canada) .
  5. In the Keyboard layout/IME list, click English (United States), and then click OK .
  6. In the Select one of the installed input languages to use when you start your computer list, click English (United Kingdom) - English (United States), and then click OK.
  7. In the Regional and Language Options dialog box, click OK. Note The Language bar appears on the taskbar. When you rest the mouse pointer over this bar, a tooltip appears that describes the active keyboard layout.
  8. Click the Language bar, and then click English (United States)

Jan 08, 2011 | MSI Wind U100 Netbook

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My pound sign comes up as # and my @ as "


Windows 7 or Windows Vista
  1. Click Start Collapse this imageExpand this imagevistastartbutton.jpg, type intl.cpl in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.
  2. On the Keyboards and Language tab, click Change keyboards.
  3. Click Add.
  4. Expand the language that you want. For example, expand French (Canada).
  5. Expand Keyboard list, click to select the English(United States) check box, and then click OK.
  6. In the options, click View Layout to compare the layout with the actual keyboard.
  7. In the Default input language list, click English(United States) - English(United States), and then click OK two times.
  8. In the Regional and Language Options dialog box, click OK. Note The Language bar appears on the taskbar. When you rest the mouse pointer over this bar, a tooltip appears that describes the active keyboard layout.
  9. Click the Language bar, and then click English(United States).

Windows XP
  1. Click Start , type intl.cpl in the Run box, and then press ENTER.
  2. On the Languages tab, click Details.
  3. Under Installed services, click Add.
  4. In the Input language list, select the language that you want. For example, select French (Canada) .
  5. In the Keyboard layout/IME list, click English(United States), and then click OK .
  6. In the Select one of the installed input languages to use when you start your computer list, click English(United States) - English(United States), and then click OK.
  7. In the Regional and Language Options dialog box, click OK. Note The Language bar appears on the taskbar. When you rest the mouse pointer over this bar, a tooltip appears that describes the active keyboard layout.
  8. Click the Language bar, and then click English(United States).

How to make sure that the selected layout matches the keyboard Windows 7 or Windows Vista
  1. Click Start, type osk in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.
  2. Match the keyboard on the screen with the physical keyboard to make sure that the layout matches.
  3. To check the uppercase characters, click the shift key on the keyboard or on the screen, and match the characters printed on the keyboard.
Windows XP
  1. Click Start, type osk in the Run box, and then press ENTER.
  2. Match the keyboard on the screen with the physical keyboard to make sure that the layout matches.
  3. To check the uppercase characters, click the shift key on the keyboard or on the screen, and match the characters printed on the keyboard.

Jan 07, 2011 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Setting us need uk


For Windows Vista, 7 and 2008

Click "Windows Start" button
Click "Control Panel"
Click "Region and language"
Now click on "Keyboards and languages" tab
Click "Change Keyboards" button
In General tab, click "Add" button
a window called "Add Input Language" will come
Scroll down till you get "English (United Kingdom)"
Expand "English (United Kingdom)"
Expand "keyboard"
Tick "United Kingdom"
Click "OK" button

Now in "Text setrvices and Input languages" windows 
click the drop down button
you will fine "English United kindom"
Select that and click "Apply" and then "OK"

For Windows XP, 2000 and 2003

Click "Windows Start" button
Click "Control Panel"
Click "Region and language options"
In "Regional option" tab
click the drop down button near the customise button
select "English (united kingdom)"
in the location box too, select "United Kingdom"
Now , in the language tab, clikc "Details" button
in the Installed service box, click "Add" button
in Input language, select english(United Kingdom)
keyboard layout will be selected automatically to united kingdom.
click "OK"
Now, in Default input language. click the drop down button and select "English (United Kingdom).
Click "Apply" and "OK"
Again click "Apply" and "OK"

That''s it.

Jan 18, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I need to change the keyboard from UK setup to NZ. How do I do this?


Go to Control panel, open Regional and Language Options go to the "languages" tab and hit the "Details" button. Then in the new window you can manage the "Installed services" and the "Default Input Language"

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Japan language format


Start Button > settings > Control Panel > Regional and Language > Formats tab, scroll to English (United States) > Location Tab, scroll to United States > Keyboards and Languages Tab, click on change and scroll to English (United States)-US , click on the add button and remove the japanese keyboard...hit apply. Click on Language bar and select hidden. click apply and OK and drop that window. Click on the administrative tab > Click on System Locale and change to English - (United States) Hit apply and ok and your keyboard and language is now American, English

Sep 07, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite A135-S2386 Notebook

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