Friday, September 07, 2007

Enabling Hebrew Typing In Windows XP

A how-to. This takes you through the steps of:
1) Opening up the control panel and opening up the Regional and Language Settings Dialog Box.
2) Going to the Language tab and checking off the check box to enable complex right-to-left languages (including Thai).
3) Clicking on the "Details..." button and adding Hebrew to the list of languages.
4) Setting up the Language toolbar on the bottom of the screen.
5) Setting up the keyboard shortcut of Left Alt-Shift to toggle between your two languages.
6) A short example of typing in Hebrew and English, in notepad and in Microsoft Word.

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