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7. The Regional and Language Options dialogue box opens. Click on OK to exit.

8. You should now see a language button in the taskbar on the bottom of the screen. If you left click on the language button, the list expands into all the languages you have installed. You can switch to another language for inputting by left clicking and selecting the corresponding item on the language list. Note that within the same document you can change the input language by using the Language button. You can produce a document with a mixture of different languages.

9. For example, if you click on Chinese (PRC), then the Chinese language buttons show up on the task bar at the bottom of the screen.

10. Clicking on the Chinese language button expands the language list, with Chinese (PRC) now checked as the selected inputting language.

11. If Show the Language bar is clicked, then the language button changes to a language bar floating near the top of the screen. On the Chinese language bar are various toggle buttons for switching the input mode, input style and other options.

12. To the far right of the language bar are two buttons . Clicking the top button (a small rectangle) minimizes the language bar to a language button on the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. Clicking the bottom button (an inverted triangle) brings up some additional options. Checking Character Set from the list of options adds a toggle button on the language bar for switching between simplified and traditional characters, as shown in the figure below after the button for Character Set has been clicked.

To the far right of the language bar are two buttons . Clicking the top button (a small rectangle) minimizes the language bar to a language button on the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. Clicking the bottom button (an inverted triangle) brings up some additional options.

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