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Changing Your Mac’s Language

You might have thought that you would need to buy a special version of Mac OS X if you want your Mac’s interface to use a language other than English. Actually, Mac OS X ships with the capability to display menus, dialog boxes, and other interface elements in a couple dozen languages, including those with special alphabets.

1.jpg Choose Apple menu, System Preferences.

2.jpg Click the International icon to see your choices.

3.jpg Click the Language button.

4.jpg Click and drag your preferred language to the top of the pick list.

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