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Farsi from Latin text to Farsi without typing in Farsi

I need to be able to to type Farsi (language!) in Latin words and have it simultaneously converted into Farsi text without having to type in farsi. Is there a free software around?

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Panteae, try www.behnevis.com. It has become my favorite farsi keyboard editor.

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How do i set predictive text on samsung m8800


Follow the below mentioned method, also see the advantages of T9 dictionary :
1.
Check your manual to learn more about text messaging
Check your cell phone's user manual to see if your cell phone has the T9 function. While most new phones contain this function, if you have an older phone, you'll want to check to be certain. Look under the Text Messaging section in the manual.
2.
Enable T9 for easy texting
Enable the T9 setting on your cell phone. Some phone require that you enable this function. Check under your cell phone's Options menu and also under the text messaging options. Depending on your cell phone, you may be able to set T9 as the default method of text input or you may have to toggle the text input functions to choose T9 for every text message. Generally, the toggle key will be your asterisk key. Again, check your cell phone's manual for more information.
3.
Choose your language and other preferences for T9 texting
Pick your T9 preferences. Your T9 function may allow you to set several preferences. The most typical preference is language, and you also may able to set whether you want your cell phone to use T9 for word completion only or to predict which word you will type next. You may also be able to set the "delay" - the amount of time before your T9 function changes the letters you are typing to what it thinks they should be. Again, try your Options or Preferences menus in the text messaging module of your cell phone or consult your cell phone's manual. You will want to try different set-ups to determine which works best for you and your style of text messaging.
4.
T9 gives you more then one way to select the right word for your text message
Type your text message, toggling for T9 if your phone requires it. Once the T9 function is enabled or toggled, simply type the word you want. Do not be concerned if the letters do not appear correctly when you first start typing the word - they will correct themselves when you finish typing the word, as long as you spell it correctly. Your phone may offer a drop-down menu with word suggestions as you type. If your word shows up, scroll down and select it if you wish or continue typing your word. If your phone does not offer a drop-down menu, and the word that you type is not the word that you wanted, press the Down arrow key on your cell phone and another word will show up. Keep pressing the Down arrow until your word shows up. When you have the word you want, use the space function to continue typing.
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Add your own text expressions to T9
Add your own words to the T9 function. The T9 function comes with an extensive dictionary, but you can add your own words or abbreviations, too. Again, you may have to dig around the Options or Preferences section in the text messaging module of your phone. Once you find it, simply type and add your own special words or expressions to have them at your fingertip when you text.
Use T9 to express yourself in your own unique way!

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Translate Text to Other Languages in Microsoft Word 2007


The world has become a global village where you need to communicate with people of diverse cultures and languages. We come across people who speak different languages on the internet, or we need to communicate with different people in the global business market. Sometimes we need to translate business documents as everybody doesn’t speak the same language. Students might need to translate some facts as well as information e.g. the history of a specific country into their own language in order to learn about its history.
Everyone can’t have an access to a professional translator who could help them out in this matter. Due to this reason, word-processing programs are available who try to fulfill this requirement. Other than the different programs which fill this requirement, it is possible to translate text in Microsoft Word 2007. The feature to translate text in Microsoft Word 2007 can be used like any other translation program. In order to translate text in Microsoft Word 2007, we just have to use its built-in function.
Follow the given steps to translate word text into other languages:



  • Select the text you want to translate. You can type it there and then or you could paste it from somewhere. If you need to select the entire document, and if it is very lengthy, you can go back to the "edit" tab and click "select all." Or you can just highlight the entire or part of the text by clicking the left mouse button and dragging it across the text you want to highlight.

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  • Click on Review button on Menu bar.
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  • Click on Translate in the Review tab.
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  • A task pane will appear on the right side of the document. Select which language you would like to translate into or the existing language it is in. Here is where you can select which language to translate to or from.
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  • The selected or highlighted text will be translated in the lower part of the task pane. You can get the translation of the same text into different languages instantly as you choose the language under the option of "To".
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If you need to translate the selected text into a language that is not included in the given list, click on Translation options and select the particular language you want.


This helpful feature to translate text in Microsoft Word is very handy. However, there is no substitute for a human professional translator as good and meaningful translation demands comprehension as well as understanding of cultural references, artistic quality and talent. So there are chances that the translation done by a computer program will lack profundity as well as meaning.

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Hey having problem with the predictive text function. It seems like a pain in the **** to use, and I don't seem able to choose the word I want. Could you please tell me in a basic way how to use...


while typing the text, select the options key, scroll down to language settings, select t9 language and click off.
it will come to the normal language.......
or while typing, keep pressing the # button till the language is set to normal.


hope this helps

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  • Automatically switch keyboard to match language of surrounding text


Automatic language options
Detect language automatically Applies to these 2007 Microsoft Office system programs: Outlook and Word.
The Detect language automatically option in Outlook and Word can automatically detect the language that you are typing in and enable the proofing tools for that language. This has the same result as if you manually set the language.
Note Occasionally if there are not enough words in a particular language or if the words are spelled the same in a number of languages, the Detect language automatically option may incorrectly identify the language. For example, the word "centre" is spelled the same way in both English (United Kingdom) and French. If you are having problems with the incorrect language being identified, try turning the Detect language automatically option off and setting the language manually. For more information see, Turn off the Detect language automatically option and Type or edit text in another language.
Prerequisite You must enable the languages (turn on the language-specific options) you want to use before the Detect language automatically option can detect the language that you are typing in and enable the proofing tools for that language.


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Press and hold the code key,press and release the "L" key type
001 release the code key. If this makes it work your keyboard is going bad. Contact Geo. Beyers Co. 1800-392-8050.

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Use your mouse:
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It sounds like the Windows installations are missing the language-library file LATIN.LNG that the STEP module is trying to load in order to work.
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From START search-bar, type CMD then click the CMD icon.
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sit back... this takes awhile....
You can also redirect output to a text-file with >X:\phoundit.txt
X:\ being replaced with the drive-letter of your flash-drive.

If not found on HDD, check your Windows OEM install disks 2C if the file exists there, maybe stored in a cabinet file named Languages or similar.

If all else fails, the Microsoft website may have a download version of the missing file.

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