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How to Switch from one language to another on Mac

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Posted: 03 Sep, 2017
by: Noichaiboon P.
Updated: 03 Sep, 2017
by: Noichaiboon P.

If you regularly type in more than one language on your computer, you can quickly switch between languages by using the Input menu in the menu bar or using keyboard shortcuts.

Switch using the Input menu

  1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Language & Text, and then click Input Sources.
  2. Select the checkbox for each input source (language) you want to use.
  3. Select the “Show Input menu in menu bar” checkbox.

    The Input menu (looks like a flag or character) appears in the menu bar.

  4. Choose the input source you want to use from the Input menu.

Switch using keyboard shortcuts

  • To select the input source (language) you previously used, press Command-Space bar.
  • To select the next input source in the Input menu, press Command-Option-Space bar.

Cr.https://support.apple.com/kb/ph11251?locale=en_US

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