Chinese input windows xp

Click "Ok" on both dialogs to return to the "Regional and Language Options". The composition string is underlined in the display. The Text Services and Input Languages window appears. Adjusting the Language Bar and Keyboard Shortcuts. Now type "H", "A", "O", "3" to enter another character.

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This new window is called the composition window, and the string in it is called the composition string.

Dictionaries and other online tools. The Text Services and Input Languages window will appear.

Install East Asian languages support on Windows XP without the CD

This page is for anyone who needs the Pinyin input method to type Chinese characters into Western versions of Windows XP. Note that the reading window shows up when "H" is typed and disappears when "3" is typed. Note that unlike the IME for other languages, the composition string is sent to Notepad and inserted to the left of the existing text as soon as the user enters a single phonetic element. The reading window disappears because you have entered a complete pronunciation.

The Add Input Language window will appear: Some people can't stand the existence of one or the other.

These instructions assume that you've already enabled East Asian languages in Windows. Type "2" to select the second entry. Click "Ok", you will probably need to insert your Windows CD for the files to be installed. Features unique to each language are discussed. The small horizontal rectangle is the reading window, which displays the current reading string. When chhinese need all the language tools and options, just click on that button again and select "Additional icons in the task bar" or "Show the Language bar".

Click "Ok" on both dialogs to return to the "Regional and Chijese Options". Click the "Details" button to open the "Text services and input languages" dialog. The indicator display changes to KO to reflect that the new input language is Korean. After restarting, windlws the Regional and Language Options control panel once again. Also, if you're working only in text and not using a microphone or any of the speech tools, you can remove those icons from your Taskbar.

Press the left arrow on the keyboard once. As shown in the following figure, the reading string has two characters as a result of typing "S" and "U".

FAQ: How to type unicode only Chinese character in Windows XP? | OCIO

You can select the intended word from the entries in the candidate list. On the Inupt tab, click Add. To install Hanyu Pinyin for Traditional Chinese: How to install Chinese on Windows XP. Press HOME on the keyboard so that the cursor is at the beginning of the line. The indicator display changes to CH to reflect that the new input language is Chinese Taiwan.

You have now successfully entered two Korean characters using an IME. Personally I turned off all the Keyboard shortcuts, as you can see in the list here, by clicking on "Key Settings" button, and then the "Change Key Sequence" button in the following dialog box This tells the IME that the composition is complete and the string should be sent to the application - Notepad in this example.

If you're not going to install Traditional input, wait! Getting Chinese text in Windows is quite easy. But Microsoft's default assumption appears to be that you are a native speaker and typist, skilled in high-speed entry using the number pad or other specialized methods.

Choose the "Languages" tab, and ensure the "Install files for East Asian languages" is checked, as per the screenshot below: The Language goes to the Taskbar at the bottom of your Windows desktop when minimized. Now press the right CTRL key.

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