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I have an US bought laptop with Windows 7 and IE9 installed.

I want to occasionally change the keyboard to write in Greek. I added Greek to the preferred languages but it still does not write Greek.

When I use Google Chrome in the same laptop I can easily switch. Only IE has that problem. Any suggestions?

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How do you do it in Chrome? – pratnala Oct 28 '12 at 15:37

I believe you will need to download the Greek language pack for IE9, available from Microsoft, in order to be able to use another language in Internet Explorer. It's the one named "IE9-Windows6.1-LanguagePack-x86-ell.msu".

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