Technology, of course, has to adapt to a varied environment. For the families, communities and businesses that use more than one language, Windows 7 makes working in such scenarios easier with multi-lingual input.
How to enable language input?
The first thing we will need to do is enable support for additional languages.
Click Start, type: language.
Hit Enter on your keyboard.
Go to the Keyboards and Languages tab and click Change keyboards….
Under Installed services click Add.
Here you will see a list of languages. Select your desired language. For the purposes of this article, I am going to choose Spanish. Surprisingly, there are a variety of Spanish variants to choose from, so double click to select the appropriate dialect, then click OK.
Click the Language Bar tab, and select the Floating on Desktop option under Language Bar, then click Apply and OK.
You will see a floating toolbar appear on the desktop. This toolbar will allow you to quickly toggle between languages. When you are ready, just begin entering text.
As you can see in the above screenshot, I have switched between writing and editing a document in two different languages, English and Spanish.