How to change language to Spanish in Windows 7?

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How can I change the language to Spanish (UI, dialog boxes, etc) for a Windows 7 laptop?

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jimlynch
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Add or change an input language
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/add-or-change-an-input-language

"Click the Input language button on the Language bar, and then click the input language you want to use."

jessieknowles818
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go to control Panel, you can find answer by yourself.

Techvedic
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>>>Go to Control Panel

>>>Select Region and Language, then select the Keyboards and Language tab.

>>>You should see a drop down menu for “Choose a display language.” Click on it and select Spanish from the drop down options, then click “OK.” or

 

If you just want to type or write in it than you can download font and install your system.

sspade
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You can only do it if you have Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate. If you do, then:

1. Click on START>CONTROL PANEL.

2. Select Region and Language, then select the Keyboards and Language tab.

3. You should see a drop down menu for “Choose a display language.” Click on it and select Spanish from the drop down options, then click “OK.”

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