2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 22, 2013 9:15 AM by Ubspr
Ubspr Level 1 Level 1

I use English to write in keynote and need to convert the whole thing to Korean without having to re-type the whole keynote. I'm running the latest version of keynote for the ipad and have a Mac with the latest version also is I need to use that to change the language. Thanks.


iPad 2, iOS 6.0.1
Solved by Tom Gewecke on Jan 21, 2013 2:34 PM Solved
Ubspr wrote: I use English to write in keynote and need to convert the whole thing to Korean without having to re-type the whole keynote.  Apple has never included language translation in any apps.  You will have to use a human or machine translator to replace the existing text.  The best machine service is http://translate.google.com I think they also have an iPad app. When using machine translation, it's really important to either know the language yourself of have someone who does know it check the results, because it is not difficult for damaging/embarassing errors to be made.
  • Tom Gewecke Level 9 Level 9

    Ubspr wrote:

     

    I use English to write in keynote and need to convert the whole thing to Korean without having to re-type the whole keynote.

     

    Apple has never included language translation in any apps.  You will have to use a human or machine translator to replace the existing text.  The best machine service is

     

    http://translate.google.com

     

    I think they also have an iPad app.

     

    When using machine translation, it's really important to either know the language yourself of have someone who does know it check the results, because it is not difficult for damaging/embarassing errors to be made.

  • Ubspr Level 1 Level 1

    thanks tom