In Windows—but not in macOS—you can choose them independently of the language installed for your operating system. The display language in Word governs the ribbon, buttons, tabs, and other controls. To force a display language in Word that's different from that of your operating system:. In the Word Options dialog box, select Language. Languages installed in Windows 10 are listed.
Bias against left-handed people is bias or design that is usually unfavorable against people who are left-handed. Part of this is due to design in the world which is often right-hand biased. Handwriting is one of the biggest sources of actual disadvantage for left-handed people, other than for those forced to work with certain machinery. About 90 percent of the world's population is right-handed,  so many common articles are designed for efficient use by right-handed people, and may be inconvenient, painful, or even dangerous for left-handed people to use. These may include school desks, kitchen implements, and tools ranging from simple scissors to hazardous machinery such as power saws. Beyond being inherently disadvantaged by a right-handed bias in the design of tools, left-handed people have been subjected to deliberate discrimination and discouragement.
When your computer is prepared for Chinese characters you will be able to write Chinese characters using the input method of your choice. Since most Mandarin students learn Pinyin Romanization , this is also the most common input method. When more than one language is installed on your Windows computer, the language bar will appear — usually at the bottom of your screen. Your default language input will be shown when you first boot the computer.
Writing out numbers can be intimidating. Fortunately, in most situations, you just need to make things clear enough to avoid major confusion and disputes. For example, when writing a check, banks will only reference the words to verify the numerals written elsewhere on the check. Writing a check is the most common situation in which you'll need to write out an amount using words in addition to the numerals in the dollar box.