Advice 1: How to return to the desktop the language bar

Language bar in Windows is used to inform the user about which language (national or English) used by the currently active application. It is also possible to apply for fast switching typing input languages, speech recognition, and other text services. If this panel is missing on start desktop or in the system tray in your operating system, try to enable it in one of the following methods.
How to return to the desktop the language bar
Instruction
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If you are using Windows 7, open the main menu by pressing WIN keys or click on the "start" button. Select "control Panel".
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Click the link that says "Clock, language and region in control panel.
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Click on "regional and Language options" control panel.
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Go to the masonry "Language and keyboard" dialog window and click the button "Change keyboards...".
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Select one of the options for placing the language toolbar on the desktop table is on the tab "Language bar" window "Languages and text services, these options three. If you put a check mark next to the label "Embodied in the task bar", then the current keyboard layout will be available on the icon in the tray ("notification area" of the taskbar). Selecting the option Is in a random place on the desktop" you will get the opportunity to move this panel, well in the most convenient place on the screen. After making your selection, click "OK" and the language bar will return to its place.
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If you are using Windows XP, then right-click the free space on the taskbar, in the popup context menu, expand "toolbars" and select "Language bar".
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If this method for some reason doesn't work, in Windows XP you can enable language bar via the panel control. Open the main menu on the "start" button and start panel control. Click the link "date, time, language and regional standards".
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Click the words "regional and Language options" control panel.
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Click on the tab "Languages" dialog window and click the "read More".
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Click the "Language bar" at the bottom of the Settings window, the Language and text services.
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Check the boxes in the fields "Show the language bar on the start screen, desktopand icon on the taskbar, and then click OK. Now the language bar is present on the screen of your monitor.
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The language bar can be moved anywhere on the screen, minimize it to the task bar or hide. The set of buttons and other items displayed on the language bar depend on which text services are installed input and which application is active at the moment. The reasons may be different, so will consider ways to restore the language bar. The easiest way is to try to restore panel in Windows 7.
Useful advice
In this article we will focus on how to restore the language bar. What is the language bar is a toolbar with which the user can select a language for text input, the keyboard shortcuts Alt+Shift or Ctrl+Shift. The language bar is automatically located in the system tray of the desktop, clicking on which you can easily either disable or enable the language bar, but sometimes it happens that the language bar, just simply disappears and not all users have an idea how to enable the language bar.

Advice 2 : How to open the language bar

With the standard settings in the Windows operating system uses two input languages, but this is not the limit. Using the language bar, you can install additional languages and keyboard settings. In addition, sometimes it happens that the language bar disappears from the taskbar and it should be returned. This requires that you open the language bar and set some parameters.
How to open the language bar
Instruction
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To open the language panel, click "start" and invoke "control Panel". If the panel control is displayed in the categories section, select "date, time, language and regional standards", in the opened window click the left mouse button on the icon "regional and Language options". If the panel control is in classic view, click on the "regional and Language" at once. The language panel is opened.
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To install an additional language, click on the tab "Languages" in the section "Languages and text services, click "read More". On the Settings tab, click on the "Add" - window appears "Add input language". Select from the first drop-down list the language you need, the value in the second field should change automatically. If not, install the desired keyboard layout by yourself. Click OK to confirm the selection.
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If the language bar is not displayed in the task pane, on the Settings tab, click the "settings" button for "Language bar" and put the marker in the "Show the language bar on the desktop". Click OK to confirm the selection. If the icon of the language panel does not appear, click the right mouse button on the taskbar to any place. In the drop-down menu, select "Toolbar" and set submenu marker on the "Language bar".
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If you have Punto Switcher utility, enter the text required in the standard language bar, as a rule, does not arise. In the case where you have not displayed the language bar utility, log in to setup Punto Switcher. This can be done in several ways. Using "start menu" select "Utilities" sub-menu click on the icon Punto Switcher or locate the file "punto.exe" in the folder located in the directory C:/Program Files/Yandex/Punto Switcher. In the window that opens on the General tab, set the marker in the "Show icon on taskbar", click Apply, close the window.

Advice 3 : How to repair switch languages

Language panel in the operating systems of Windows is used to switch keyboard layouts by pressing Ctrl + Shift or Alt + Shift. But sometimes the panel disappears because of accidental deletions or failures in the system.
How to repair switch languages
You will need
  • Recovery download file ctfmon.exe.
Instruction
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For a map of the languages of thefirst panel meets the file ctfmon.exe which by default should be on the startup menu. Its absence indicates a problem with the download, which could be caused by another failure. To restore the operation of this panel must try to restore it using the applet "regional and Language options".
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For the Windows 7 operating system. Click "start menu" and go to "control Panel". In the opened window, select the item "Language and regional standards". In the applet window go to the tab "keyboards and Languages", then click "Change keyboards".
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Go to the tab "Language bar" and check the box next to "Docked in the taskbar". Click "Apply" and close any open Windows.
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Open the desktop and click the right mouse button on the icon "Computer" from the context menu, select "Manage".
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Open the item "task Scheduler", then select "task scheduler Library". Open the "Microsoft" then "Windows" and select "TextServicesFramework". In the right part of the window, find the item "MsCtfMonitor", then right-click on it and select "Enable".
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After that, restart your computer and check the language bar.
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For Windows XP operating system. Just right click on the taskbar, click on the element with the list of "toolbars" and select "Language bar".
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Then click menu "start" and go to "control Panel". In the opened window, select the item "Language and regional standards". In the applet window, navigate to the tab "Languages" and click the "read More".
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In the new window, navigate to the "Advanced" tab and uncheck the option "turn Off advanced text services". Go back to the Settings tab of the same window and click "Language bar", then check the box next to "Show the language bar on the desktop".
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After that, if desired, the panel did not appear, therefore, the problem arose because of the file ctfmon.exe. To resolve this problem click, the start menu and select Run. In the opened window type msconfig in the empty field, then click "OK".
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In the system settings window, navigate to the "startup" tab and check the box next to the line ctfmon. After restarting the computer, the language bar should be displayed.

Advice 4 : How to restore the language bar on the desktop

Failures in the operating system Windows from the system tray, you may notice the icon for switching keyboard layout. To work with texts not to experience discomfort, you must restore the settings of the language bar.
How to restore the language bar on the desktop
Instruction
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Failures in the Windows operating system usually happen when you install new programs, system updates, or exposure to virus and Trojans. A situation when sleep is lost switch the keyboard layout, many users have to face. To restore, open the "start" - "Bar management" - "regional and Language options" - "Languages" - "More."
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Select "Settings", click "Language bar". Tick bird "Show the language bar on the desktop the table". Save the changes, the layout indicator should appear in the tray.
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Sometimes the button "Language bar" is grayed out. This happens in the case if you are not running the file ctfmon.exe responsible for the operation of the language bar. The file is always located in the folder: C: Windows/System32. Open this directory, locate the file ctfmon.exe and run it. Button "Language bar" will be available. In this line of the startup file will be added to the startup each time I start the system the program will run automatically as it was before the failure.
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If you restore the display layout indicator for some reason fails, there is a very simple way around this problem – search the Internet and install Punto Switcher. Unlike a standard switch the keyboard layout, this small utility provides many additional features. For example, your layout might not display in the form of combinations of letters EN or En, and the flags of Russia and the United States, which is quite convenient in order to see the current keyboard layout, enough to throw the badge a cursory glance.
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Punto Switcher has a built-in clipboard, allows you to configure AutoCorrect. There's a simple selection of words in the text and pressing Win + S to find it in Yandex. There are rich opportunities to customize hot keys and other useful options. A properly configured Punto Switcher is a handy and useful tool.
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