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If you are using a FRENCH keyboad on an ENGLISH configuration, take it ganted that it won't woks. You should define your keyboard as French . If you are using Windows, you should go to control Panel - Regional and Language confiuration
Press TAB Language
Press button DETAILS
Now select Language as French
Press ADD and select Language French and Keyboard French
Select this configuration as default.
Accept and exit Control Panel
Now your French keyboard should use french language distribution
Well first of all you may Open Regional and Language Options in Control Panel, to open Regional and Language Options, click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click Regional and Language Options after then you may select English Language. The Key Settings button is available only if you have added multiple languages or keyboard layouts.
the phone is region dependent.
what i mean to say is... if you have purcahse a phone within a region that has french as an alternate language you can definitely set your phone to French but if not then theres no way you can change the language to french with the phone alone.
you can check on this:
menu > settings> general > personalization> language > phone language.
Computers running Windows®, you have the option of typing alternative character sets. This can be selected by clicking on START>SETTINGS> CONTROL PANEL. Then click on the picture of the world globe. This enables users to toggle between Arabic or Hebrew and English. This requires you to learn the keyboard layout for these languages
First, select the desired language.(the default in the U.S. is U.S. English If your computer was sold in a French spealing country, the keyboard might be different. If this is the case, the only solution could be a new keyboard
I use 2 different keyboard types too. Have you tried pressing [Ctrl]+[Shift] to change the keyboard type you are in. Even if you choose a default language in a program all other program will still use the other keyboard type, hope this helps.
If you are using Windows XP (could beVista... but not certain)
Go to Start > Control Panel > Regional and Language Options:
Under your Regional Options Tab, be sure that it is set to English (United States) if that is where you reside.
Then go to the Language Tab, and under Text Service and Input Language, click on Details... be sure to select English under the Default Input Language. Click Apply to all windows and that should do it.