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Changing the regional language settings in ProFile

Issue

Having another language installed in the computer's operating system can cause EFILE errors or prevent certain modules from being able to save and/or reopen returns correctly.

By default, ProFile supports only Canadian English and French languages.

Note: the language in ProFile defaults to that chosen during installation; however, the language can be changed by selecting the "Language" option from the "Options" drop-down menu in the top toolbar.

Resolution

1. Close all open programs.

2. Open the Windows "Control Panel".

Related: How to find the Control Panel

3. Enter the term "Regional" in the top-right search bar.

4. Select the "Region and Language" option from the search results.

The "Region and Language" window displays:

5. Select the "English (Canada)" or "English (United States)" option from the "Format" drop-down menu, if using English. Or, select the "French (Canada)"  option from the "Format" drop-down menu, if using French.

6. Click the "Location" tab:

7. Select either the "Canada" or "United States" option from the "Current location" drop-down menu, as applicable.

8. Click the "Keyboards and Languages" tab.

9. Click the "Change keyboards..." button; the "Text Services and Input Languages" window displays:

10. Click the "Add..." button.

The "Add Input Language" window displays.

11. Select the applicable option from the language list:

  • English (Canada)
  • English (United States)
  • French (Canada)

12. Click the "OK" button; the "Add Input Language" window closes.

The selected language displays in the "Installed services" section of the "Text Services and Input Languages" window.

13. Click the "OK" button; the selections save.

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