Difference between revisions of "Keyboard settings"

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== Windows ==
 
== Windows ==
 
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The topic is covered in the article [[Making the thesaurus work in Microsoft Office 2010]]. Please have a look at the section dealing with [[https://it.uib.no/en/Making_the_thesaurus_work_in_Microsoft_Office_2010#Add_British_English_to_the_List_of_.27Input_Languages.27_in_Windows_7|keyboard settings]] there.
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The topic is covered in the article [[Making the thesaurus work in Microsoft Office 2010]]. Please have a look at the section dealing with [[Making_the_thesaurus_work_in_Microsoft_Office_2010#Add_British_English_to_the_List_of_.27Input_Languages.27_in_Windows_7|keyboard settings]] there.
  
 
== Linux ==
 
== Linux ==

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Different methods for setting a different keybard setup depending on your window manager.

Windows

The topic is covered in the article Making the thesaurus work in Microsoft Office 2010. Please have a look at the section dealing with keyboard settings there.

Linux

GNOME

  1. Open System->Settings->Keyboard
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  2. Choose Layouts
  3. Add preferred language setup and choose default
  4. To add new keyboard layouts press Add

To toggle between different layouts while working:

  1. Right click panel and choose Add to panel
  2. Add Keyboard Indicator

A Keyboard switcher appears in panel. Click to toggle keyboard layous. Right click to set up.

OS X

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