How to Use Little Reader with Different Languages

 

Teaching your child a foreign language is easy! Little Reader supports foreign languages that use the standard Roman alphabet and other characters (provided you have installed the additional language packs in your computer), so you can create and edit words and use other languages to teach your baby.

If you have not installed the additional language packs yet, follow the directions below to unlock full language support for your Little Reader.

In your computer, click on Start and open the Control Panel. Note that some menu items that will be mentioned in the next steps may not have the same name, depending on your computer's operating system:

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR WINDOWS XP

In your Control Panel (Category View), click on Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options.

 

Click on Regional and Language Options.

 

This will open a pop-up window as shown below. Go to the Languages tab.

 

In the Supplemental Language Support area, tick on the boxes to install additional languages of your choice. Click OK, and follow the prompts.

 

You may be prompted to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR WINDOWS VISTA, WINDOWS 7 AND WINDOWS 8

In your Control Panel (View by Category), click on Clock, Language, and Region.

 

Click on Region and Language.

 

This will open a pop-up window as shown below. Go to the Keyboards and Languages tab.

 

In the Display Language area, click on the Install/uninstall languages… button and follow the prompts.

 

You may be prompted to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.

 

 

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