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How do I change the keyboard input language from within Access 2000?

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In my Access db (which I have created to help me learn Greek) I am using
text box controls on a form. Some of these controls require English input
and some require Greek input.

Currently I have to keep toggling the keyboard input language bar settings
manually from the keyboard whenever I wish to switch languages - this is a
real pain.

What I would like is for the keyboard language to be changed automatically
to the appropriate language for each control (perhaps by VB code on the
control's [On Enter] event?).

Does anyone know how I can do this? Any advise greatly welcomed.

(The Access Help says to set the KeyboardLanguage property in the control's
properties sheet but this property does not appear to be there. I have
however modified the KeyboardLanguage property in the 'On Enter' Event
Procedure but this seems to have no affect).

Dec 9 '05 #1
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