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22.214.171.124 Lab – Region and Language Options in Windows 7 and Vista Answers
Lab – Region and Language Options in Windows 7 and Vista (Answers Version)
In this lab, you will examine regional and language settings in Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
- A computer running Windows 7 or Vista
Step 1: Open with the Region and Language settings on your PC.
- Log on to the computer.
- Click Control Panel > Region and Language.
- The Region and Language window opens.
What regional format is being used?
Answers may vary. English (United States)
- Click Additional settings. The Customize Format window opens.
What are the tabs that can be customized?____________________________________________________________________________________
Numbers, Currency, Time, and Date.
- Click Cancel.
- Select Belarusian (Belarus) in the Format drop-down menu. Notice the changes to the output in the Examples area of how data is displayed using this format.
Note: In Windows Vista, select Belarusian (Belarus) in the Current Format drop-down menu.
- Choose the original setting from the Format drop-down box. Click the Keyboards and Languages tab, and click the Change keyboards… button
- The Text Services and Input Languages window opens. Click Add.
- The Add Input Language window opens. Scroll down the list of options and click Belarusian (Belarus) > Keyboard. Check US and click OK.
- In the Text Services and Input Languages window, click Apply to accept the changes.
What is the default input language?
Answers may vary. English (United States) – US
- Close all open windows
Step 2: Set the Language bar to appear on the Taskbar.
- Right-click the Taskbar.
- Select Toolbars > Language bar to ensure that the Language bar is shown in the Taskbar.
- Right-click the Language bar in the Taskbar. Click Settings.
- The Text Service and Input Languages window opens. Select the keyboard that was added. Bengali (Bangladesh), and then click Remove > OK
- Close all open windows.