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I am running XP Pro SP3 and I need to set the Language toolbar for a foreign language lab.  The "Language Bar" box us grayed out.  I have tried running sfc /scannow and it didn't find any corrupt files. Help??
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You may need to install it via the add/ remove , Windows options

I hope this helps !
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Under the advanced tab, is "turn off advanced text services" checked? If so uncheck it and see if you can then access the language bar button.
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Here is an interesting page which may have your solution at the bottom of the thread:

http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/Lost-Language-Bar-t7293.html
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Thanks!! That did the trick
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