Word 2003 will automatically switch to Microsoft Pinyin Input Method 2003 each time you start, if you are not commonly used pinyin input method, then you have to switch again, which is a bit annoying. Can you get word to automatically open our idiomatic IME when it starts? There is no doubt that this can be achieved.
1. Open Control Panel → Add or Remove Programs, click to select Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 from the list, and click Change. Select the Add or Remove Features option in the Office Setup window, click Next, click the Select Application advanced customization option, and then click Next to expand Microsoft from the intermediate list Office→office sharing function → Chinese optional user input method → Microsoft Pinyin Input Method 2003, click the "Microsoft Pinyin Input Method 2003" Before the button, select "Do not install", click the "Update" button. After the installation is completed and then enter word, it is not the Microsoft Pinyin input method, but the Input method list in the first Chinese input.
2. Next, as long as the common input method in the first line. You can use the Super rabbit tools such as software to modify, you can right-click on the taskbar on the Input method icon to choose "Settings", remove all other input methods, leaving only the kind we used to do. (Note: Microsoft Pinyin Input method must be removed from the Add removal program, the deletion is invalid in the Input method settings.) ）
In addition, there is a simpler way to do this if you do not want Word to automatically open the Chinese input method at startup. Click Tools/Options in the menu bar, click to cancel the "Input method control is active" check box on the Edit tab, and then when you enter Word, you will only be the default English input state.