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    How can i switch languages in word? thx

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    Download the correct language version from Microsoft. Use the CD key that came with your version to activate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZVHR View Post
    How can i switch languages in word? thx
    Actually, it's easy to do.....

    Open System Preferences, Languages & Text. Click on the "Input Sources" tab and then place a check in the box that reflects the language you wish to use.

    Also place a check in the box that says "Show input menu in menu bar". That will place a small Flag of the language you're currently using in the top menu bar on the right side of the screen. For example: right now my small flag shows the US which denotes US English.

    Suppose I checked off "Hangul" (Korean) as my language of choice in the previous step.... now all I have to do to switch to Korean is click on the small US Flag and then select Korean.

    ㅊ뭉 ㅛ ㄴㄸ ㅇㅇ ㅑㅑㅃㅃㅁㅃ ㅕ뎌대ㅐㅔ[]]

    OK, enough of that......

    Anyway, I think you can do it with what ever language you wish to use. OS X makes it easy!

    Download the correct language version from Microsoft. Use the CD key that came with your version to activate.
    @Pigstick:

    You're thinking of Windows.... MS wants you to spend money and buy extra languages, Apple gives you all the languages for free along with OS X.

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    Thanks worked great!!!!

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