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|gymboy689||Sunday 27th of March 2005 09:39:41 AM|
|Typing Hebrew - I've been TRYING to learn basic hebrew for a few weeks now...though I'm not getting very far...I just want to know, how do you type hebrew characters like some people do on PhraseBase? also, any good links for learning Hebrew I'd very much appreciate. Thanks|
|JLanguage||Monday 28th of March 2005 12:38:36 AM|
| - To type Hebrew in Windows XP you need to go to Regional and Language options in the Control Panel. Under the Languages Tab, Check the box that says install files for complex script and right-to-left languages.
I think that in order to install this, you need your Windows XP CD.
Then also under the Language tab, go to text services and input languages and click on details. Then under settings click on add and set input language and keyboard language to Hebrew.
To use the Hebrew keyboard you can do one of three things:
1.Buy an English-Hebrew Keyboard.
2.Buy Hebrew Keyboard Stickers
3.Do a Google search for Click-n'Type. It's a free programme that allows you to input text via the mouse in different languages including Hebrew.
|gymboy689||Monday 28th of March 2005 02:59:11 AM|
| - תודה!|
|GgforHim2||Sunday 03rd of July 2005 06:07:48 AM|
|WindowXP and Hebrew fonts - What do you do if you have WindowXP but you do not have your WindowsXP cd? Is there another way to be able to type using the Hebrew fonts? Thanks.|
|JLanguage||Wednesday 06th of July 2005 12:00:48 AM|
| - [quote]Originally posted by GgforHim2
What do you do if you have WindowXP but you do not have your WindowsXP cd? Is there another way to be able to type using the Hebrew fonts? Thanks.[/quote]
Well, you only need the WinXP CD if you don't already have support for right-to-left languages installed.
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