Question about Apple MacBook Mac Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
To add other languages to your Mac, click on the Apple symbol in the top left corner of your screen.
Select, "System Preferences..."
When System Preferences opens, click on the icon, "Language & Text."
Click on, "Input Sources," near the top of the window.
Scroll down until you see Persian and click the checkbox next to it.
Click the checkbox next to, "Show Input menu in menu bar." This will show a flag in the top right of the menu bar, showing the flag of the language you are currently using.
Close System Preferences.
When you want to switch keyboards, click on the flag in the menu bar and select the language you'd like to use.
Repeat if you would like to add more languages.
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