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 How do I add a Thai keyboard to Windows XP?

Answer Check ScriptsCheck to see if your computer supports East Asian scripts. Click "Start" > "Settings" > "Control Panel" > "Regional and Language Options." In the "Language" tab, ensure that any boxes ... Read More »
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How to Add a Thai Keyboard?

Thai language uses a different alphabet and written script in comparison to western languages, which use a Latin-derived alphabet. It is possible to adapt traditional QWERTY keyboards so that they ... Read More »
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How to Change a Keyboard to Thai?

The Thai language is written in a different alphabet and script from the Latin-derived Western alphabet. However, you can adapt a traditional QWERTY keyboard so that you can type Thai script using ... Read More »
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How to Install a Thai Keyboard?

Most computer keyboards have a traditional QWERTY layout with the Latin-derived Western alphabet on it. The Thai language is written in a different script. The settings on a PC can be changed so th... Read More »
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Do Thai people that work at Thai restaurants eat Thai food every day?

It would suck, because Thai peanut sauce is not good.
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