|31 Jul 2012||#1|
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Problem typing in Thai text into Word and DTP apps.
I wish to type up some tutorial documents which have mixed English and Thai typefaces. I'm using the 64-bit version of Win 7. I already know that my machine can display Thai text, but how do I get my PC to write documents in Thai? I see that the Control Panel ... Fonts section allows me to select a Thai keyboard layout, but there are shown 4 different versions of the keyboard listed, so which one do i need to select so that I can easily switch between the Cyrillic (UK English) and Thai Thai typefaces to produce a document using both languages? Do I need a Thai/Alphabet keyboard driver, and what do I have to do to switch within the text, between these two languages?
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