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My New iPad, 2nd Edition by Wallace Wang

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Chapter 37. Using Foreign Languages

Most physical keyboards are designed for a particular language, such as English, French, Russian, and so on. To type in another language with a physical keyboard, you often have to switch to a completely different keyboard or rely on odd keystroke combinations to type the characters you really want.

Fortunately, on the iPad, the virtual keyboard lets you switch between multiple languages quickly and easily. One moment you can be typing in French, the next in Russian, and the next in Chinese or Japanese. If you need to type in foreign languages on a regular basis, you’ll be pleased to know that the iPad will likely accommodate the languages you need.

In this chapter, you will learn how to type in a foreign language ...

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