Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding Keyboards for Languages
Preferences in the Language group on the Review tab). Then follow these steps to add a
keyboard for your particular language:
1. Click the Language category in the Word Options dialog box if necessary.
In the box at the top of the window, click the Not Enabled link in the Keyboard
Layout column for the language keyboard you want to add.
The Text Services and Input Languages dialog box appears (see Figure 9-3).
3. Click the Add button.
In the Add Input Languages dialog box, scroll to the language you want to add and
click the + sign (the plus symbol) to display additional options.
5. Click the + sign next to Keyboard to expand the options then select the check boxes
of the items you want to add.
6. Click Other and select the check box of any additional items you want to add—for
example, Ink support, as shown in Figure 9-4.
7. Click OK twice to return to the document.
Now you can choose different keyboards as you work, which, coincidentally enough, is the
subject of the next section.
Figure 9-3 Choose a new keyboard for an added language in the Text Services And Input
Languages dialog box.