This thread is intended as a place to share information on displaying and typing characters in many languages. Most software comes with one standard character set installed. In Windows, it is possible to add character sets and keyboard layouts. We hope that the following steps will be helpful: 1. Choose Start - Settings - Control Panel 2. Choose Add/Remove Programs and then the Windows Setup tab 3. Click on Multilanguage Support to select and then click on Details in the Description section 4. Choose the language support you would like (for Czech and other Slavic languages choose Central European Language Support) 5. Click OK and then OK again to start the installation (the operating system disks or CD might be needed) 6. At the control panel, double-click on the Keyboard icon and then select the Language tab 7. Click on Add and choose the keyboard for the language you would like to add 8. Look at the bottom of the Language tab to note which keystrokes are selected for switching between keyboards. You can also choose to enable a keyboard indicator on the task bar. 9. Switch to the keyboard you would like to use 10. In a program that has multilanguage support, such as Microsoft Word, try typing the foreign characters. The Czech keyboard uses the number keys to display the unique Czech characters. This description is just the first step. Please post any comments to this thread.