using Greek fonts

Paul Schmehl p.l.schmehl at worldnet.att.net
Sun Sep 9 23:39:46 EDT 2001


It's important to note that this program only works with Microsoft Word if
you're using Windows 98 or ME.  It works with all utilities, like Notepad,
etc., if you're using NT or Win2k.  Take note of that before downloading.

Paul Schmehl pauls at utdallas.edu
p.l.schmehl at worldnet.att.net
http://www.utdallas.edu/~pauls/

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim West" <jwest at highland.net>
To: "Biblical Greek" <b-greek at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Cc: <b-greek at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2001 4:38 PM
Subject: [b-greek] Re: using Greek fonts


> hi- i tried this-- when i downloaded it i got an error message saying the
> file was corrupt.
>
>
> I have found the easiest way to enter unicode in Windows is by using
> Tavultesoft's Keyman 5.0 (it is free for non-commercial use).  Just add
the
> classical Greek keyboard and then simply just type beta code, the accents
> are properly combined and the final sigmas are automatically converted
when
> you add a space or punctuation.  I have almost finished typing in the
> Didache in Unicode using this method and it is very easily done.
>
> Brent Hudson
>
>
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