Down load the Portable Document Format File [below] to your computer.
Open it with the Adobe Acrobat reader (if you don't have it download it from www.adobe.com
Navigate to page 23.
RTFM for two pages and then apply this to your phone.
The comment about traffic lights was meant to signify that if you could not
understand enough French to understand the menu options, you could still
select them by position based on the positions shown in the manual (on
traffic lights the red is at the top, amber next one down, green at the
bottom), so if the option you want is fourth one down the menu in the manual
then choose the fourth one down on the phone.
PS I think other group readers will now be able to work out how it got
changed to French in the first place...
"Nick" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> On Mon, 31 Jan 2011 00:00:44 -0000, "R. Mark Clayton"
> <email@example.com> wrote this:
>>"Nick" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> There is nothing in the handbook to guide me on this issue.
>>> Anyone any know how on this?
>>Manual is here
>>, but apart from writing language - nothing on the menu language.
>>Follow the menus down and switch the writing language [to English] - it
>>be a bit like traffic lights for the colour blind the third one down is
>>green and so on.
> Follow the menu down.....Where to?
> Nothing on the menu says anything
> about changing language! No traffic
> lights either!