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the Hebrew Input Locale or Keyboard Layout in Windows 2000
menu, select Settings then Control Panel.
and select the Input Locales tab sheet.
Click the Add...
as the Input locale and Keyboard layout/IME and click OK.
Make sure Enable
indicator on taskbar is checked and click OK.
After adding the Hebrew
input locale or keyboard layout, you can click the indicator (
) located on
the right side of the taskbar to switch among installed keyboard
layouts/IMEs. You can also use hot keys as listed in Control
Panel/Keyboard/Input Locales/Hot keys for input locale. (The default hot key is Alt+Shift.)
This interactive keyboard layout represents
the standard Israeli keyboard, which is used for all Microsoft software
that is Unicode compliant. Software such as RLIN Terminal for Windows
incorporates a slightly different layout. See the RLIN
documentation for details on how it differs.
Hebrew Keyboard Tutor
Now that you've become acquainted with the
Hebrew Keyboard, why not learn to touch type in Hebrew using The
Hebrew Keyboard Tutor.