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Keyboard layouts and IME’s on LRC Windows 7 PCs

You can change the input language using the language toolbar which appears next to the notification area in the lower right of the task bar.

Note that many languages need not be listed since their characters can be typed, Windows-wide, using keyboard shortcuts of the  English-US (international extended) keyboard layout.

Some installed input methods benefit from having keyboard overlays which have been installed on some computer. Other input methods allow for drawing characters, e.g. in Japanese or Mandarin, which works better with the Wacom tablet installed on PC01 and PC02 than with a mice.

Many languages have more than one keyboard/input method. After changing to your  language on the language toolbar, you can switch from the language’s  default keyboard layout to  another by clicking on keyboard icon  behind the 2-letter language abbreviation.

imageBelow is a comprehensive list of all layouts that are available to you:

 

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