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I have the MacBook Air and i want to type in Korean.?

I have the MacBook Air and i want to type in Korean.?

Postby orick » Mon Jul 16, 2012 11:30 am

I got as far as System Preferences and i found Hangul (Korean) and then what do I do?
Please help and answer as soon as possible =3
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I have the MacBook Air and i want to type in Korean.?

Postby sancho98 » Mon Jul 16, 2012 11:38 am

System Preferences > Language and Text > then click on the tab at the top that says "Input sources" and find Hangul, click on it.
then go to System Preferences > Keyboard
Find the box under "keyboard" that says "Show Keyboard & Character Viewers in Menu Bar" and make sure the box is checked.
then at the top right in ur menu bar, u shud see a little american flag. click on it, and there shud be a scroll-down menu that includes Korean in it. if this doesn't work, then just ask, cuz my directions may not have been clear; sorry if they werent hahaha
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