For some strange reason, and since a very long time, every time I open word, the keyboard is automatically changed to Japanese Hiragana. Obviously, being Italian, I do not at all want such an auto change. Is there any way to reverse this? Is this a Word problem or something related to the OS, or perhaps something to do with both?
Following comments, I tried unchecking the box in Word > Preferences > Edit for "Match font with keyboard". No change, but I found out that the change takes place during the opening of Word, stays there while the Project Gallery is open, and is reversed as soon as the new document gets opened, so once the new document appears, the keyboard changes back to the correct US Extended keyboard.
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Neither the Normal.dotm, nor the Match font with keyboard box in Preferences>Edit, nor Tools>Language and selecting Italian, none of this did anything. This issue is mysterious...
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The Language and Text thing (System preferences > L&T > put Italian at the top of the language list) did not work at all. Plus, I want my Mac to speak English, and this change makes System Preferences speak Italian, which I decidedly do not like. Which is why I reversed it.