How To Set Internet Explorer Encoding To English

Is it necessary for you to know how to set Internet Explorer Encoding to English? If you are viewing Web site pages in the Arabic, Hebrew, Persian and Urdu language, the directional encoding setting is set to right to left in the Internet Explorer. Therefore, before you can view web page content in English it is necessary for you to set the directional encoding to left to right.  

To set the Internet Explorer encoding to English, you will need:

  • your personal computer
  • Microsoft Windows Vista operating system
  • Internet explorer
  1. In Vista Operating System desktop, start-up your desktop.
  2. Click “Start” button on the taskbar.
  3. Select and click “All Programs.”
  4. Select and click “Internet Explorer 7” menu item.
  5. Select and click “View” tool bar option.
  6. Select “Encoding” option.
  7. Select “Left – To – Right Document.” The Internet Explorer directional encoding is properly set to view the English language.

Or

  1. Start-up your Vista desktop.
  2.  If you have a shortcut on the Vista Operating System Desktop, Double click the “Internet Explorer” shortcut.
  3. Select and click “View” tool bar option.
  4. Select “Encoding” option.
  5. Select “Left – To – Right Document.” The Internet Explorer directional encoding is properly set to view the English language.

For XP users:

  1. In XP Operating System desktop, start-up your desktop.
  2. Click “Start” button on the taskbar.
  3. Select and click “Programs.”
  4. Select and click “Internet Explorer 6” menu item.
  5. Select and click “View” Toolbar option.
  6. Select “Encoding” option.
  7. Select “Left – To – Right Document.” The Internet Explorer encoding is properly set to view the English language.

 

 

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