Changing the Input Language – Windows 2000

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TSS T ECHNICAL  D OCUMENT    Document Author:   Anastasia Whelchel Document ID:   Document Created:   7/27/04 Document Category:   Operating System Last Update:    Document Name:   Changing the Input Language –  Windows 2000 C ONFIDENTIAL —F OR  I NTERNAL  U SE  ONLY Changing the Input Language – Windows 2000 1. Open the Control Panel by clicking “Start,” then “Settings,” then “Control Panel.” 2. Double-click on “Regional Options.” Page 1 of 5 Technical Support Services at Dray Computer Center 330.569.5313                         [email protected]
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Document Name:  C ONFIDENTIAL —F OR  I NTERNAL  U SE  ONLY 3. Under the bottom of the “General” tab, check the box for the language you wish to use. For this example, we will use Greek. If you are using a language that uses the Roman alphabet, you may skip this step. Page 2 of 5
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