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Microsoft Japanese IME - Microsoft Support
Microsoft Japanese IME - Microsoft Support. Windows 11 Windows 10. User interface. Prediction candidate window. Conversion candidate window. IME toolbar. Keyboard shortcuts. IME offers keys or combinations of keys to use IME functions. Japanese keyboard (106/109 key) English keyboard (101/102 key) Key template: Microsoft IME. Key template: ATOK.
Language packs for Windows - Microsoft Support
Select Start > Settings > Time & language > Language & region. Open Language settings. Go to Preferred languages, select Add a language. In Choose a language to install, enter and select the name of the language that you want to install, then select Next. In Install language features, select the features that you want to use, then select Install.
Install a language for Windows - Microsoft Support
Select Start > Settings > Time & language > Language & region. Choose a language from the Add a language list under Preferred languages, and then select Options. Select Download from the Download language pack option. After the language pack is installed, select Back. Choose a language from the Windows display language menu.
Manage the input and display language settings in Windows
Add a keyboard. Change your display language. Install a language pack. Single language edition of Windows 11. Remove extra language packs or keyboard languages. Learn how to change Windows display language and keyboard layout settings for websites and apps.
Turn on East Asian language features in Office for Mac
Open any Microsoft 365 for Mac application. For example, Word. Click the Word menu, or the menu for the Microsoft 365 application you opened, and then select Preferences. Under Authoring and Proofing Tools, click East Asian Languages. Select Japanese , Simplified Chinese, or Traditional Chinese.
Applies To: Excel for Microsoft 365 for Mac, Word for Microsoft 365 for Mac, Outlook for Microsoft 365 for Mac, PowerPoint for Microsoft 365 for Mac, Excel 2021 for Mac, Word 2021 for Mac, Outlook 2021 for Mac, PowerPoint 2021 for Mac, Excel 2019 for Mac, Word 2019 for Mac, Outlook 2019 for Mac, PowerPoint 2019 for Mac
Manage display language settings in Windows - Microsoft Support
Select Start > Settings > Time & language > Language & region. Choose a language from the Windows display language menu, or, next to Preferred languages , select Add a language to install the one you want if it isn't listed. Learn more about managing language settings. Get steps for how to select display language preferences in Windows.
Check or change language settings - Microsoft Support
PC language settings. Browser language settings. Microsoft Account language settings. Outlook.com or Hotmail language settings. OneDrive language settings. Microsoft Store region settings. Microsoft support language settings. Cortana language settings. Set the region, device language, and spoken language for your products and services.
Applies To: Outlook.com, Microsoft Edge, OneDrive (home or personal)
Use furigana (phonetic guides) with Japanese text
Use furigana (phonetic guides) with Japanese text - Microsoft Support. Excel for Microsoft 365 Excel for Microsoft 365 for Mac Excel for the web More... Note: The content in this topic is only applicable to Far East languages. To use furigana, set your region to Japanese, Chinese, or Korean.
Applies To: Excel for Microsoft 365, Excel for Microsoft 365 for Mac, Excel for the web, Excel 2021 for Mac, Excel 2019 for Mac
Language packs and language interface packs are available for Windows ...
Summary. Language packs and language interface language packs (LIPs) are available for devices that are running Windows 10 Version 1511 and can be installed by using the Language Control Panel. More Information. For a list of language packs that are available for Windows 10 Version 1511, see Language packs.
Advanced input methods for East Asian languages - Microsoft Support
Windows 10. Advanced input method options and tools. Use the Microsoft Input Method Editor (IME) to type in East Asian languages you’ve installed on your PC. Press and hold (or right-click) the input method indicator to switch input modes, then open the IME pad or open more IME settings.