Turn on Vietnamese keyboard in Windows XP and Vista.

Question:
“How to turn on Vietnamese language for Windows XP or Vista?”

Solution:
This solution is for Windows XP. Vista has a simliar process.

Step 1: Go to “Control Panel”, run “Regional and Language Options”, click on “Languages” tab, check the first box “Supplemental language support” that says “Install filles for complex script…” It will ask you for the CD to install some files. If the box already checked you may skip this step.

Step 2: Under “Languages” tab, click on “Details” button and choose “Add”. Under “Input Language” drop box, choose Vietnamese and hit OK. Windows XP will add a switch box either in your task bar or Desktop for you to switch between English and Vietnamese.

Done! you’re now ready to type in Vietnamese.

If you need to see the Vietnamese keyboard layout, use the On-screen keyboard. Click on Start/All Programs/Accessories/Accessibility/On-screen Keyboard (Don’t forget to switch to Vietnamese input first!)

Solution orriginally posted by atran on 12/22/2007 at http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:UMmIdVOvnFcJ:www.cafe75.com/index.php%3Fpage%3Dforum%26section%3Dtopic%26top_id%3D100004+vietnamese+keyboard+in+vista&hl;=en&ct;=clnk&cd;=2≷=ca

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