How to change system keyboard lenguage with vba

how to change system keyboard lenguage with vba

I tried changing keyboard property in the control property and it works
but I need change in one control only, and if I change property it change for all contols after
so I need code on exit control event to change the system keyboard language
\e.g.
************************************************** **
Private Sub A_Enter()
Me.A.KeyboardLanguage = 49
End Sub
Private Sub A_Exit(Cancel As Integer)
Me.A.KeyboardLanguage = 11
'this works(it means that keyboard language for ctl is changed back on english - 11, but system keyboard language remain on 49)
' so I need here to change system keyboard language

End Sub
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