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SMARTNotebook 10 comes with great interactive flash programs that can now work with Hebrew characters - if you are running the latest version of Notebook AND you drag your text into the boxes rather than typing your text into the boxes.
1. Make sure you are using the latest version of SMARTNotebook 10. (If you have an internet connection, you can update your software through the HELP menu.) Hebrew will not work on earlier versions.
2. If you open any of the flash programs and start typing Hebrew into any of the windows, you won't get Hebrew characters, you will only get question marks. Instead, type the Hebrew words into a text box somewhere else on the screen. Then, DRAG the text box into the window in which you'd like to type (but can't).
Please note that if you try this with the any of the anagrams flash programs, the computer gets confused as to which Hebrew letter is supposed to be first and which last... seems like the anagrams will only work for Hebrew if you're doing palindromes :-)
I use a Mimio device; alas - no SMARTboard for me. The SMART notebook software is much more powerful and userf riendly than Mimio's notebook software. The Mimio version won't even recognize Hebrew characters.
I thought I was really stuck until it was pointed out to me that you can run the SMARTboard notebook software even while using Mimio hardware.
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