The person forgot to install a printer. And set that printer as the default printer. I will not attempt to explain why this matters.
I am trying to type in an indian language called Telugu. The language is fully supported by XP and I had it working, then I had to format my computer and now the language isn't working correctly. The main problem is that the language has sub letters, when I do the regular letters the font is perfect, when I try to add the subletter the entire thing becomes squares as if it's not supported. The weirdest part is that if I type in the "font" box or the "size" box in MS Office, the font works (even with the subletters), any advice would be appreciated. One more thing, before the language tool bar that I have had an EN for English and a TE for Telugu, now it's some keyboard icon that I click on and than a drop down menu has English and Telugu....any ideas on this as well....thank you much