Microsoft Office IME 2010 (Traditional Chinese)

Microsoft Office IME 2010 (Traditional Chinese)

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Switch between input languages and then select IME options
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Once you have installed the Global IME and started the Office XP program you want to type in, you can use the Language bar (appears by default in in the upper-right corner of the screen in any Office program) to switch between input languages and then select IME options.
If you do not see the Language bar in your program, you may not have the Office XP Speech or Handwriting feature installed.

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