Below are the instructions for Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
STUDENT COMPUTING LABS: Windows 7 is the current system in the labs. Once you activate the following settings, they will permanently appear in your settings every time you log in.
The following keyboards are available by default from Microsoft
The following keyboards are available from Microsoft, but must be loaded from the system disk first
Microsoft keyboards are compatible with most applications, but may not work with certain older applications.
This section discusses how to activate the U.S. International Keyboard (used for inputting accent marks) as well as keyboards for other languages.
If you wish to set another keyboard besides the standard U.S. keyboard as the default for all languages, do the following.
Tavultesoft has developed a utility called Keyman 7 which allows Windows users to install additional language keyboards not available from Microsoft. Keyman 7 is free for up to two keyboards. Tavultesoft also sells commercial versions with more options and Keyman Deveioper which allows users to create custom keyboard layouts.
Links to Keyman compliant keyboards can be found at:
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