Chris Pratley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> You can also install the Visual Keyboard to help with this. In Word2000, go
> to Help/Office on the Web, then go to downloads, and get the Visual
> Keyboard. This works on all systems that have Windows Installer already on
> the machine (any Windows with Office2000, Windows2000, or third party
> programs that use latest InstallShield). Once installed, call up the
> keyboard and then experiment holding down keys like AltGr to see what the
> keyboard looks like. This works similarly to the Keycaps utility in MacOS if
> you have used that.
Hey, that's pretty cool!
But a stupid question: I installed the Korean keyboard, and used to
copy characters to Word. But I didn't get Hangūl blocks, but all
characters just came after each other, just like a Latin or Cyrillic
script. Isn't something trivial I've missed?
-- Erland Sommarskog, Stockholm, email@example.com
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