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I'm using iWork on my Powerbook and everytime you open up a template, all the text in the pages (e.g. what to write here and there)

Is all in a different language..

If I purchase one from a store will I have the same problem, or does any one know how to change this, so that it's all in english all time time.


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I have the same problem
I think it is suppost to be like this so that you know to change the text, you have to double click in the box and place your own text it

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The "Lorem Ipsum" text you see is Latin and it's standard in most typesetting and word processing programs:

http://www.lipsum.com/

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