Keynote En Français S'il Te Plait

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  1. dejamoi macrumors member

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    Salut, :rolleyes:

    I'm doing a presentation for my French class and will be using Keynote. :D Because it must be in French, I was hoping that one could change the dictionary in Keynote to a french dictionary. :eek: That way, it can check my spelling or grammar mistakes. :p If there is third party software, a downloadable file/dictionary, or anything else that could help me I'd really appreciate it. ;)

    Merci,

    Bobby
     
  2. homerjward macrumors 68030

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    do you have microsoft office? iirc you can set the dictionary to other languages in that. if you do you could write the stuff in word then copy and paste into keynote. word's grammar check tends to not always be that great in english so i'm not sure how good it'd be in french.
     
  3. dejamoi thread starter macrumors member

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    I don't have it, sorry.

    I don't have Office for OS X, but thank you for your help anyway. :) Anyone else have any ideas? :p Thanks.

    Bob
     
  4. OutThere macrumors 603

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    Right click in a text field and go to Spelling -> Spelling... In there you can set the language that it uses to check your spelling. No grammar check, though. (Though if you have a serious grammar dilemma you can post it here et nous pouvons t'aider.) :)
     
  5. TodVader macrumors 6502a

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    for grammer issues, ask here, i'm from quebec and speak native french.
     
  6. dejamoi thread starter macrumors member

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    Formidable!

    Ah, merci beaucoup monsieur! Je parle un peu de français mais j'aime parler avec des autres. Ou est-tu né? Quell age as-tu? Maintenant, J'habite au Canada (Niagara Falls!) et j'ai quinze ans.
     
  7. TodVader macrumors 6502a

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    Je suis né a la pocatière au quebec ai j'ai vécu en Ontario, la ou j'ai appris l'anglais.
     
  8. dejamoi thread starter macrumors member

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    Bien! Alors, mon pere est né au Ste. Marthe Sur Le Lac (maintenant, le nom est Deux Montagnes) et il peut parler en français très bien. Parce que j'irai a l'université de Montréal (McGill), il faut que j'apprennes de français en "High School" (Je ne sais pas le mot :p). Je voudrais devenir un docteur (médecin? mon professeur a dit a moi que "médecin" est le vraiment mot pour "doctor") de "Neuroscience". Aussi, je voudrais vous poser des question si vous voulez me donne les réponses... :)

    1. Quand des "anglophones" utilisent le mot "just" en anglais, qu'est que c'est la traduction? Est-il déjà, juste, vien de? Merci.

    Je poserai ca en seul. :rolleyes:

    Bobby
     

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