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I have TexShop installed on my Mac and I need to use the Slovak language in my LaTeX documents. Through the TexLive Utility, I found out that I have collection-langczechslovak installed, but when I write it in the preamble of the document, it says that this file was not found. Do you have any idea what could be wrong?

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As far as I can tell, this collection is just the appropriate files for babel, in which case you just need to add

\usepackage[slovak]{babel}

to your document, and use appropriate fonts for Slovak. See the babel documentation for more information (you can to that from within TeXShop by using the "Show Help for Package" menu item in the Help menu.

For font information see: How to type special/accented letters in LaTeX?

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Yes, it works now, thank you very much :) –  nika Dec 14 '12 at 18:32

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