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Turkish Keyboard

3/11/2009

Configuration

In this page, we will talk about how to add the Turkish keyboard to your computer running Windows and how to utilize this new keyboard layout. There are six letters in the Turkish alphabet that are not in the English alphabet, namely ´ç, g(, ?, ö, s,, ü´. For writing these letters without going into the hassle of using the alt codes or copy-pasting from some other location, you can simply add the Turkish keyboard layout to your Windows computer system. Using the same keyboard, the layout will change a little to let you allow to type the Turkish letters.

 

Windows XP and Windows 2000 Users

Go to start/control panel

 

Here, if you see Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options double click on it and continue with Add other languages. Select the Languages tab in the window that will show and click on the button that says Details... In the Settings tab of the window that comes now, click the button that says Add... In the drop-down box titled Input Language, select Turkish. In the drop-down box below that, named Keyboard layout/IME, select Turkish Q and click OK. Click OK until all the windows we opened are gone.

 

In the control panel, if you don´t see Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options icon but there is an icon titled Regional and Language Options, double click that. Select the Languages tab in the window that will show and click on the button that says Details... In the Settings tab of the window that comes now, click the button that says Add... In the drop-down box titled Input Language, select Turkish. In the drop-down box below that, named Keyboard layout/IME, select Turkish Q and click OK. Click OK until all the windows we opened are gone.

 

These instructions apply for the following versions of windows:

 

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 Premium Edition
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Edition
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

 

Windows 98, and Windows Me Users

Go to Start/Settings/Control Panel/Keyboard

 

Click on the Language tab here, and then click the button Add.

 

Now, from the list of languages you see, select Turkish. Say OK until all the windows we opened are gone.


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Layout and How to Use


1. Configuration
2. Layout and How to Use
3. Accent Codes
4. Hint: ClearType for Windows XP


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