Changing to Hebrew or Greek Keyboard

Tips & Tricks blog SetToday’s guest post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos training seminars.

You can easily transform your English keyboard to Hebrew or Greek with the F2 key.

When you’re in English, press F2 and you go to Hebrew. Press it again and you go to Greek. Press it once more and you’re back to English.

To see the display of a Hebrew or Greek keyboard press Alt + F2

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Comments

  1. Scott Fulks says:

    Has this changed with Logos 4> It does not appear to work on the newest version. Thanks!

  2. Scott,
    Yes, this has changed in Logos 4. Now, all you have to do is “type it how it sounds.”
    Logos 4 lets you type phonetically and have Greek and Hebrew words displayed in a dropdown box. Start with g: for Greek or h: for Hebrew. When you type g:agape, Logos knows you’re looking for γάπη. so fron now on, just type it how it sounds.

  3. James Walling says:

    But I would like to be able to type in Greek. As an example how do you phonetically type the long e for eta?

  4. Hi James,
    In addition to typing phonetically, if you have not already installed it, all of our ancient language keyboards for Logos 3 still work in Logos 4:
    Windows Keyboards for Ancient Languages
    The forum discussion on using the language keyboards in Logos 4 may also be of interest to you:
    Greek-Hebrew Keyboards