If Western European (Windows) is the second choice in your selection list and this is your first preferrence, then use the UP arrow to position it to the top of the list. Then check this selection only. You may have to d/l the Western European language files from "Windows Update".
My family members are Asian, and I have to do the same thing for them to default IE to their native language.
Oh, forgot to tell you that the language selection positioning arrows(Move Up) (Move Down) are under language. Click the "Language" button in "Internet Options".
<font color=purple><b>An average human brain weights aprox. 3lbs., but a thought weights a load.</font color=purple></b><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by jc14all on 06/06/02 01:04 PM.</EM></FONT></P>