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The IME offers additional specialized dictionaries that you can select in the IME's Options settings, and then setup for automatic updates.

To get there, open the Options menu (see the screen shot in the next section), and at the top of that menu select "Options..." On the Option menu, you will find "Help". The apostrophes get in the way of the speed and accuracy you can get from learning and using proper Pinyin parsing — as I explain in my article on the history, politics and rules of Pinyin romanization.

Use the steps outlined in this article to either display or install the volume control program to your Windows XP desktop.

This blog spells out the steps every individual and business should take to stay protected.

The Help files include an Introduction, "What's New" and a Quick Guide to the new input styles — the updated "New Experience" and the new "Simple Fast" — plus a new Search Plug-in, a database of associations including the latest Internet terms which can be updated automatically, and 47 specialized "domain lexicons" that offer specialized vocabulary in professional fields like tech and medicine.

What is new is the fact that the Traditional character option still defaults to PRC GB fonts and in this mode does not include Self-learning (automatically sorting as it learns from your frequency of usage).

id=30390 Although that page is titled "Microsoft Office 输入法 2010", don't worry if you have a different version of Office or don't have Office at all. You can also ignore the omission of Vista and XP sp3: it works on those as well as Windows 7.

(It does Depending on which download you choose and your system settings, the installer wizard may be in Chinese, but if you are on an English system your IME menus and Help files will still be in English after installation is complete. I have a solution: click here to download this version of MSPY2010from my site.

Display the Volume Control Program on the Desktop Install the Volume Control Program on the Desktop Community Q&A In Windows XP, the volume control program can be found in the notification area, which is the area normally located in the bottom right corner of the desktop next to the time and date.

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