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The questionmark tab, the next 2 left of that tab and the 2 tabs above are in French. Pls. make them show up in english

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Go to start>control panel>regional settings> and make sure that all the tabs are set to english

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I have a husqvarna Viking designer 1, that I am trying to learn how to use and on the bottom of the screen it is in French, how do I change it back to English?


Are the tabs at the top of the screen in English or French? According to the manual, you should be able to change the language from the Set tab. If these are in French, that will be the second tab from the right. Touch the More (Plus) button, on the left above the Fabric information, to scroll through the Set menu screens. You need the line for Language (Langue, which is on the second screen, just above the More and OK buttons. Press the Next button to the right of this line to scroll through the available languages. Press the OK button (on the right next to the More button) to save the selection.

The manual is available here: http://www.husqvarnaviking.com/SiteFiles/ClientSite/9b/9bcc04bf-d0a8-42ba-b7a0-5734832311ff.pdf . See page 30 for what the menus and tabs look like in English. All of the items will stay in the same place even when they are displayed in French. I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(I'm not completely certain of the French that will be on each line. The Language line might read as la langue. Set could be parametres or reglage.)

Nov 18, 2016 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines

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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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I don't have English font in my Pocket PC A 620.


Not sure of French Terms, but here are the English steps:

START / SETTINGS / SYSTEM (Bottom Tab)
/ REGIONAL SETTINGS (Icon) / REGION (Bottom Tab)

Pull-down menu, select 'English'.

Jan 14, 2010 | ASUS MyPal A620 Pocket PC

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How to make french accents marks on a laptop that doesn't have a number pad


You need to tell windows it has a french keyboard:


In the control panel, go to regional and language options.
Go to the keyboards and languages tab, click change keyboards. On the window that pops up, click on the general tab. You probably have just the us keyboard installed. Click add, then choose either english-canada or french-france, then click to add the french keyboard. Click preview to see where the accent keys will be (so you can find them). Now, select the french keyboard and click 'move up' so the french keyboard is above the us english one.

Voila!

Hope this helps. Post a comment if you get stuck.

Joe

Oct 13, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop Jet Black (15.4"...

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KEYBOARD PROPLEM


Hi Sam,

Sorry your problem got left in the que for a while, but Lee apparently wasn't familiar with that keyboard. You do have an extra key near the start button that activates the Tags and other coloured symbols while in french or multi language mode. Simply use it like a shift key.

If you're not using the HP to type in french and don't require the accents you can change the setting in windows to tell the computer that your keyboard is a US english keyboard which will reassign all the keycodes to the "normal" locations by english speaking standards.

To do so, open your control panel, click on the classic mode link if it's not already in classic mode(20+ icons). Then click on the regional settings icon. Depending on wether you have Vista or XP the panel varies slightly XP has a keyboards tab, Vista has a Input Devices tab. Either way go to that tab and click the button to adjust input devices, on the page that pops up you will see a list of available, installed keyboards. If US english isn't listed click the ADD button find it in the list and add it.

If you only type in english, remove all other keyboards. If you use french as well, remove all but the canadian french/canadian multilingual depending which you have(if you don't know follow instructions below to find out). Then OK out of the window. OK the regional settings window and close the control panel. If you only select US english you're done, if you left French as an option you will see a small blue icon to the left of the clock, you can click on it at any time to switch between your installed keyboard modes.


Hope this Helps FixYa!


Chris


Model info for your product can be found at www.hp.com click Support & Drivers, then select the Knowledgebase button on the next screen and type in your full model number or allow the automated link to check your model online. When it launches your product page select Product Specifications from the long list in the middle and if it brings up a second list select the same.

You can now scroll down the specs and your keyboard will be listed as either Canadian English/French/Multiligual, all three have some variation of the keys you described.


Apr 11, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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Wrong language


Change the language in the following way....
Start - Control Panel - Regional and Language Options.
Select english.
Restart.

Dec 26, 2008 | Acer Extensa 4620 Notebook

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Laptop turion HP


You can change the keyboard to suit the one that is fitted - I can give you detailed instructions but first kindly advise me what keyboard you have [what symbol is above the 3 on it's key]. What is the operating system?

Please rate this advice as fixya and I will give you full instructions how to set keyboard type and do away with the unnecessary utility on the taskbar.

Mar 23, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Oki C5150 printer menu is part english part spanish. It comes up in english when you click print but all the other pages are in spanish(?)



How To:
Uninstall a Spanish or Portuguese driver and install the English version when Windows XP installs the incorrect language, where either a couple of the tabs are in the wrong language, or everything is incorrect.


Action:

IMPORTANT NOTE: THE PRINTER MUST BE TURNED OFF DURING THIS PROCEDURE OTHERWISE WINDOWS WILL AUTOMATICALLY INSTALL THE SPANISH OR PORTUGUESE DRIVER AGAIN. DO NOT USE PLUG 'N PLAY FOR DRIVER INSTALLATION.

1. Delete the Driver Icon from the Printers and Faxes Window.

IMPORTANT STEP:
2. Reboot the PC

3. Click on File --> Print Server Properties
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5. Click on the Drivers Tab.

6. Highlight the driver being deleted (C5200n shown as a reference below), and click on Remove.
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IMPORTANT STEP:
7. Reboot the PC

8. Go back into the Server Properties Drivers Tab (as shown above), and click on the Add... button.

9. On the first screen click on Next.

10. On the Printer Driver Selection Screen, click on Have Disk.
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11. Browse to the location of the English driver that is to be installed and click on OK (Note, the C5200n printer is being used as a reference and the driver being installed is from the CD).
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12. On the next screen the printer being installed should be highlighted, and click on Next.
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13. The next window Will show the version of the driver being installed, DO NOT click on any of the unchecked boxes and just click on Next.
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14. Click Finish on the last window.

15. Finally, turn on the printer. Windows XP will automatically find the printer and install the English version of the driver.

Feb 16, 2008 | OKI C5150n Led Printer

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