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Typing Hangeul in Prezis

Quick tutorial on how to make prezis more Korean classroom friendly
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Dianna K

on 1 April 2013

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Transcript of Typing Hangeul in Prezis

한글 한글 For Prezi The easiest way to use hangeul in Prezi is to simply use the hangeul theme. If you want to change the colors of the theme, choose the theme editor. You can use the "Wizard" setting to choose basic colors or you can choose the "Advanced" option and enter your own color codes. If you don't know RGB codes, http://html-color-codes.com/rgb.html,is a good site. If for example you chose the dark orange (255 51 0) for the background you enter it here. But what if you just really want to type hangeul in the 'Manifesto' theme? TIP: When you are finished, if you try to type in hangeul, but no text appears you made a mistake and need to go back and fix your settings. TIP: If you want to type in both hangeul and English, you can just change one of the fonts (Title 1, Title 2, or Body) and use it for hangeul and leave the others alone to allow for more variety of English fonts in your presentation. After choosing the theme, open the theme wizard On the 'Advanced' tab click "Use the Prezi CSS Editor" When the 'Edit CSS' box appears check to make sure you are at the top and you see 3 groups of text titled "@font-face" If you want to change the 'Subtitle (Title 2)' font to allow Korean, replace the text in the parentheses after the text "src: url" in the section that says 'fontFamily: strong' with
" 'NanumGothicBold_Prezi.swf' " As illustrated above, you can see that with the top section's font changed, you can type in hangeul using the second font option. If you want to change the 'Body' font to allow Korean, replace the text in the parentheses after the text "src: url" in the section that says 'fontFamily: body' with
" 'NanumGothicBold_Prezi.swf' " If you want to change the 'Title (Title 1)' font to allow Korean, replace the text in the parentheses after the text "src: url" in the section that says 'fontFamily: head' with
" 'NanumGothicBold_Prezi.swf' "
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