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Add the International Keyboard (Windows Users)

Windows 7 or Windows Vista

  1. Click Start      Start button
  2. Click on Control Panel

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  3. If you are viewing your Control Panel by Category, click on Change keyboards or other input methods

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  4. On the Keyboards and Language tab, click Change keyboards.

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  5. Click Add.

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  6. Expand the language that you want. For example, English (United States).
  7. Expand Keyboard list, select the United States-International check box, and then click OK.


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  8. In the Default input language list, click Language name - United States-International (where Language name is the language that you selected), and then click OK.  And then click on  Apply.

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  9. Click on the Language Bar tab at the top of this window. 

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  10. Under the Language Bar section, click on Docked in the taskbar and the click on Apply.

    Notice that the location of the Language bar will now be at the bottom of your screen in the taskbar.

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  11. Click on OK to exit this window.

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  12. At the Region and Language window, click on OK to close it.

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  13. To toggle to the US-International Keyboard, click on the Language bar icon in the taskbar and select the US-International keyboard.  

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  14. When it is selected, press the right-side Alt button and a letter on the keyboard to activate an international keystroke.

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  15. For instance, pressing Alt and the N key will type ñ.
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