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Where can I download and how do I install language packs? Specifically I need the Spanish language pack... Thanks!
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Where can I download and how do I install language packs? Specifically I need the Spanish language pack... Thanks!
I may be mistaken (I'm not 100% sure what your looking for exactly)...but aren't the language packs part of the Mac OS Install? If so...then either you already have the language packs from a previous OS install...or you need to add them by doing a secondary install.

For example...when you first do an OS install...one of the first questions you are asked is "What language will be primarily used on this computer?"...and then you have a list to choose from.

If you're talking about being able to read webpages in different language's...then again, I believe this is part of the OS install.

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