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Old June 14th, 2006, 12:47 AM
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Hi all,

            I am working with C# in visual studio 2005. I have to make a form having support for multiple languages. I need to have manily two languages English and Arabic.

I just need to know about a way so that controls like text boxes at my interface screens can accept information in both English and Arabic languages.

Now idea behind this is the multilanguage support in Windows Xp. Means if i have installed more then one languages for Windows Xp.
i can shift between languages by using one shortcut like left

so if somebody has any idea that how to make this thing availabe in C# at some event. i will be very thankful for such suggestion.

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Hi All,

         i have got the answer of query by myownself. may be it can be helpful for anyone else doing the same thing.

what we need to do is to send key combination at some event. for this cause we can use the Send method of SendKeys object. it will automatically change the language interface for text boxes. But for this cause you must have installed required languages in Windows XP.

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