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Dennis Hall

When you selected the French language in the Template menu, that changed the labels in the course template (which has no impact on your content), however, all the rest of the content came from PowerPoint and was imported into Articulate when you published.

So now the questions are:

What language is your computers operating system using?

What language is PowerPoint using?

What Language is Articulate using?

If all the answers above are French, you can check one last item...

In your published output, open the player.html file (using an html editor, or notepad.exe) and look for the following line:

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" >

charset=utf-8 means it is being published using international character support (French and Canadian French are supported in this scheme).

If everything is looking like it should work in French at this point, then your issue is due to the process your friend suggested (which sounds like you are editing source code from your description "I Write it then use the cursors to change...don't use space bar".

Rest Regards,

Dennis Hall