In many cases, it is better to type non-English scripts with special non-English keyboards which utilize fonts which are encoded for that script and therefore more portable to the Internet. The following following pages explain how to install and use keyboards provided for Windows and Macintosh respectively.
NOTE: Special fonts and keyboard utilities may also be packaged with certain foreign language word-processor packages.
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