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i have tried to follow a few of the posts about the missing language bar. I have Windows 7; installed two keyboards & languages; checked to see that it should show in the system tray. But nothing there. and no option for Language if I right click on taskbar/properties/toolbars .

any help appreciated.
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How about this?

- click Start
- on the search box type Region, on the search results click Region and Language
- click on the Keyboards and Languages tab
- click Change Keyboards... button
- click tab Language Bar
- make sure that you have selected Docked in the taskbar on the Language Bar box.
- click OK on both windows to confirm the change
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It maybe that this topic here and the one I replied to are, if the same computer best dealt with on one topic
The one I replied to -

Edited by Macboatmaster, 28 September 2012 - 10:07 AM.

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