Typing Korean Letters

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I am an ESL teacher and often need to include translations into my presentation. At this time I'm only able to write using English characters and really need to write some Korean words. Is this possible? Does anyone know how to do this?
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Sarah Leroux

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Zsofia Goreczky, Champion

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Hi Sarah,

Have you tried using Colors and Themes > Korean theme?

Zsofia
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Gerardo Martín del Campo, Champion

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Hi Sarah,

You can also try uploading the korean text as images. This is not the best option but it should work.

Hope it helps!
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Sarah Leroux

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Thanks for the help! The Korean Theme works great! I probably should have looked for that before posting a question but oh well! Thanks again!
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I am also an EFL teacher, and I created this prezi to help some of my colleagues and a few of my students figure out how to type in 한글 on their prezis. It covers the Korean theme as well as how to type Korean in the other themes.

http://prezi.com/li8j777ldagv/typing-...

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