Now that you are in the Change Preferences menu, keep tapping on the right arrow button to cycle through the menu until you see an icon with three flags on it.
However if you get to that point and have picked the wrong language again, Red = No and Green = Yes. Hey thanks so much for this article, I chose french thinking I could understand but I couldn’t and my mom was going to KILL me if I didnt get the language changed!
What a life saver this site is, I had problems with the speed cameras on the satnav so I thought I would press the back to factory settings when this was done I could not even reconise the language it had changed everything. I received this as a Christmas gift from my husband who thought he knew how to set it up but couldnt. Thanks to your step by step instructions I was able to get my device to show the US English. NOTE: I also added pictures so you can follow the steps with visual aide to avoid getting confused. Yes I see the instructions - However, I do not get anything like that when I click on the "gear" symbol. Where I saw the languages previously English was the only one dull on the list and I could not click on it. Hi, I havent found any Finnish Language but I have created a step by step procedure on how to change the language.
If you still find it hard to set Facebook to English I can better assist you if you would allow me to remotely access your computer.
I can't read anything and I don't seem to have those since everything is in finnish - Yes as long as the facebook account is the only thing you change as I am not having any other problems with my computer.
I was connected to you a while ago but you got disconnected when you added an id to teamviewer.
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Finally, we checked into our room, which was small but adequate, and set off on our first day in Paris. We sought out and found the Paris Cityrama bus tour at 4 Place De Pyramids, near the Louvre. While strolling through the avenues, we encountered Vince and Pat Mancuso who had been in our French Class. After our return, we stopped for coffee at the Cafe' Soleil D'Or and then proceeded to the Conciergerie on the Ile De La Cite. Across the avenue, we found another old church, Saint Germain DePres, where we heard part of a Mass in Spanish.
We then ambled along the narrow alleys of the Latin Quarter, with its myriad of Greek, Italian and ethnic restaurants. We walked the two miles back to the hotel and again retired early, tired yet pleased with the day.


For three and one half hours, we wandered amidst the French crown jewels, sword of Charlamagne, Mona Lisa, paintings, statuary, silver and gold that words are poor descriptors for.
Continuing on, we arrived at the old Opera House, a magnificent edifice of marble statuary, carpeted elegance and subdued granduer. The restaurant was typical of most we saw, in that it was small and all guests sat within inches of each other. The interior rooms are lined up along connecting hallways, apparently the a€?public roomsa€?. After returning to Paris, we walked through the Grand Palais and Montmarte to Printemps Dept.Store.
We walked past the Opera again and stopped in a€?Fauchonsa€?, a storied provisioner of wines, cheeses and all other delicasies.
Wandering back along the Rue Royal, we repaired to our hotel and made our own dinner of wine, cheese and bread. There are several other shrines, with statues, commemorating the death of Marshal Foch, Napoleona€™s brother Joseph and others. There is always a line to enter the museum, but once you enter, the place is big enough to spread out. After dinner, we wandered up to the opera district in search of Harry's New York Bar, a literary hangout for American expatriates in the thirties.
We traversed the Pont Michel and the Pont D'Artists, watching the painters ply their trade with tourists. Eleven million tourist buses, with their aging cargos of international Shriners, were parked everwhere.
The popular pastime is sipping coffee or wine, at an outdoor cafe, and watching life stroll by.
We felt fairly safe, at all hours, in the central arrondisements, but like all large cities, caution is warranted.
On our next trip, I would like to experience an opera at the old theatre and some of the more sedate nightlife, that really isna€™t compatible with a full day of sightseeing. As a final post script, I found the French, in Paris at least, to be friendly, helpful & genuinely pleasant, if you met them half way. I had to use google translate to try and figure out what the Afrikaan language was telling me. I loaned my GPS to my brother for the first time, and he ended up changing the language to German.
If the answer to your question was informative and helpful, please show your appreciation for my efforts by clicking the green Accept Answer button right below my first response. Refreshing this page would help and scrolling through the page would show our conversation history. Heres what Im going to do, I'm to set my facebook language to finnish and provide the steps to convert it back to english with pictures as guides. Any use of third-party trademarks, brand names, products and services is only referential and ExpertHelp LLC hereby disclaims any sponsorship, affiliation or endorsement of or by any such third-party. No professional-client relationships are established through your use of the ExpertHelp Service.
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The mansion was an upscale 18th century prison, whose most famous prisoner, Marie Antoinette, stayed there briefly before they escorted her to her beheading.
We dropped off a role of film, from yesterdaya€™s tour, at a ' bureau da€™change', for processing. A ticket for Versailles and the Cathedral tour at Chartre was 360 F.each, fairly reasonable. But, one would do better to go without a tour, in the late afternoon, to avoid the horrendous crowds which can ruin a visit.
In this area around the church of the Madelaine, there are several inviting food delia€™s, which sell everything for fairly reasonable prices. It is more like a small bazaar really, with hundreds of people wandering around the narrow streets. Artists, replete with easels and smocks, perpetrate alfresco paintings on the luckless tourists. Then, we took one last walk along the Seine to the Eiffel Tower, to drink in the scenery for the last time. I'm sorry your having trouble resolving the broblem but dont worry, I will be providing some steps that will resolve this issue. ExpertHelp does not recommend or endorse any contributor, advice, product, service, procedure, opinion, or other information that may be mentioned through the ExpertHelp Service.
Now, it has a few beautiful fountains and is overrun with traffic and dozens of tour buses.
Nearby, is Sainte Chappelle, a superbly beautiful church whose stained glass windows are magnificent (36F.ea. Suddenly the entire interface is (literally) in some foreign language and you can’t figure out how to get back to English. Depending on the language you picked and your device, it should look something like the image on the right. Any use of the term "Expert" in connection with the ExpertHelp Service is intended to describe contributors who provide answers and other content to users of the ExpertHelp Service, and not to guarantee any particular level of expertise. This has happened to quite a few people recently, so here is a short tutorial on how to get back to US English. Such contributors are not employees of ExpertHelp or any of its affiliates, and their advice should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical, legal, veterinary, tax, financial, or other professional advice. The credentials listed in each contributor's profile are provided by that contributor and are not independently confirmed by ExpertHelp. At midnight, there were still throngs of people walking about and thousands of cars stuck in jams.
It sits majestically, astride the Montmartre hill, with a commanding view of the Paris City scape.



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