Changing your keyboard to Japanese
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Posted 4/3/11
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It should appear on the bottom right of your computer screen next to the time. You originally see EN by the time. The EN stands for English, since your computer is automatically in English. Click EN, Click JP (Japanese.) Next you should see a red circle. JP would be on the left side of the red circle on the right side of the red circle should be among the following the hiragana あ、the katakana カ、or the American A. *lol* But it won't say America, it whould say Alphanemeric. But it's English. But careful to use the half with Alphanumeric or else you would get this. In other words, it makes it look like you put a space on each letter of a word.

Depending on your computer, you may see boxes instead of Japanese. If that's the case then it means that you need to download Japanese into your computer.
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Posted 4/4/11

yinfire wrote:

Start
Control Panel
Clock, Language, Region
Regional and Language Options
Keyboards and Languages
Change Keyboard
Add
Japanese
Microsoft IME


It should appear on the bottom right of your computer screen next to the time. You originally see EN by the time. The EN stands for English, since your computer is automatically in English. Click EN, Click JP (Japanese.) Next you should see a red circle. JP would be on the left side of the red circle on the right side of the red circle should be among the following the hiragana あ、the katakana カ、or the American A. *lol* But it won't say America, it whould say Alphanemeric. But it's English. But careful to use the half with Alphanumeric or else you would get this. In other words, it makes it look like you put a space on each letter of a word.

Depending on your computer, you may see boxes instead of Japanese. If that's the case then it means that you need to download Japanese into your computer.


Okay sounds cool! I'll try this! Thanks for telling us!

Posted 4/4/11

yinfire wrote:

Start
Control Panel
Clock, Language, Region
Regional and Language Options
Keyboards and Languages
Change Keyboard
Add
Japanese
Microsoft IME


It should appear on the bottom right of your computer screen next to the time. You originally see EN by the time. The EN stands for English, since your computer is automatically in English. Click EN, Click JP (Japanese.) Next you should see a red circle. JP would be on the left side of the red circle on the right side of the red circle should be among the following the hiragana あ、the katakana カ、or the American A. *lol* But it won't say America, it whould say Alphanemeric. But it's English. But careful to use the half with Alphanumeric or else you would get this. In other words, it makes it look like you put a space on each letter of a word.

Depending on your computer, you may see boxes instead of Japanese. If that's the case then it means that you need to download Japanese into your computer.



thank you for explaining!!! XD

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You are both very welcome ^^ A lot of people have asked me that question ^^
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Posted 9/27/11

yinfire wrote:

Start
Control Panel
Clock, Language, Region
Regional and Language Options
Keyboards and Languages
Change Keyboard
Add
Japanese
Microsoft IME


It should appear on the bottom right of your computer screen next to the time. You originally see EN by the time. The EN stands for English, since your computer is automatically in English. Click EN, Click JP (Japanese.) Next you should see a red circle. JP would be on the left side of the red circle on the right side of the red circle should be among the following the hiragana あ、the katakana カ、or the American A. *lol* But it won't say America, it whould say Alphanemeric. But it's English. But careful to use the half with Alphanumeric or else you would get this. In other words, it makes it look like you put a space on each letter of a word.

Depending on your computer, you may see boxes instead of Japanese. If that's the case then it means that you need to download Japanese into your computer.


Aww! Cool I'll try this right now! Thanks! :D

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Aww! Cool I'll try this right now! Thanks! :D




You are very welcome ^^
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Posted 10/11/11
Ahaha I'll try that new word what now! xP
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jennamgc wrote:

Ahaha I'll try that new word what now! xP


Oh yeah. Japanese is a fun language to speak.

If you are passionate about the language, you could learn hiragana and katakana.
Like www.learn-hiragana-katakana.com
And www.digitaldialects.com
It also teaches Japanese ^^
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yinfire wrote:


jennamgc wrote:

Ahaha I'll try that new word what now! xP


Oh yeah. Japanese is a fun language to speak.

If you are passionate about the language, you could learn hiragana and katakana.
Like www.learn-hiragana-katakana.com
And www.digitaldialects.com
It also teaches Japanese ^^


Oh cool! Thanks.

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jennamgc wrote:


yinfire wrote:


jennamgc wrote:

Ahaha I'll try that new word what now! xP


Oh yeah. Japanese is a fun language to speak.

If you are passionate about the language, you could learn hiragana and katakana.
Like www.learn-hiragana-katakana.com
And www.digitaldialects.com
It also teaches Japanese ^^


Oh cool! Thanks.




You're welcome ^^
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