Before you will be able to do that, you have to add the language which you want to use to the standard layout. Start->Control Panel->Regional and Language Options->tab "Language"->Details. Over there you can choose default language and add the language which you want to use along with the default language. Depending on installation you might have to have windows xp installation cd.
the compter keyboard has 106 buttons
It depends on the keyboard. The one I'm using right now has 120. 105 is another common number.
a keyboard can have 102 or 103 keys, it depends on the layout of the keyboard.
In Microsoft Windows, you can use the sizing buttons by pressing the Ctrl and plus or minus keys on the keyboard simultaneously to increase or decrease the page and font size. You can also zoom the page in or out through the settings menu in the browser.
press the buttons
I researched the phone and it does have a QWERTY keyboard. They are very small buttons, but it is a qwerty keyboard. You may want to find a phone that has a slide out keyboard so that the buttons are bigger. I have big fingers so it is hard to click the small buttons.
Press the little "Windows flag" button found to the leftside of your keyboard, in between the ctrl and alt buttons. It will open up the start menu
There is no set number of keys for a multimedia keyboard. In addition to the standard 104 keys of a modern keyboard designed for Windows, there are also keys or buttons used to control various functions, such as volume control, muting, playback control (pause, play, stop, and skip), and possibly some buttons to launch other applications, like a web browser.
105 it depends on the keyboard you have. Some have more, some have less.
the keys are the buttons that you push to type.
Direction buttons on keyboard.
Many internet windows and programs will have different buttons to manage the open windows. Buttons may include a file, edit, refresh, bookmarks, and tools windows.
In Windows XP: Click Start > Accessories > Notepad. In Windows 7: Click Start button > type Notepad > Click the Notepad From Windows XP up to now: Hold Windows button on keyboard then tap "R". Release both buttons. Type Notepad then press enter.
Basically, Yes. Apple keyboards are USB keyboards, and all basic functions will work just fine on a PC, with some limitations: the hardware control functions (volume control, brightness control, media control buttons, etc.) will not work, and the modifier keys are marked differently than those on a Windows computer (for example, the [option] key on a Mac keyboard is where the [Windows] key would be on a PC keyboard).
94 buttons, if you mean "How much buttons does a keyboard have?", but it only counts an average keyboard. if it has some extra buttons to make life easier (for the lazy people) your answer may vary. i hope you have a nice day! ~Mooble
The Kindle keyboard is better IMHO. The keyboard version has tactile buttons - instead of a touch-sensitive screen.
it presses buttons under it which comes out on the screen
Ctrl + A
Easy , press the buttons !- Good Luck !