Hello to all, Well I have been asked the same question recently and that is how to add Slavonic letters (č,š,ě,ř,á...) to western/English language keyboards. If you would like to know how to do this (on windows XP) then read on! Step 1. Click Start -> Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options You should come up with something like this: Step 2. Click Languages -> Details... Step 3. Once the new window appears, click the Add... tab. Now select the relevant language you want to add, in this case, it is Czech. Click OK. Step 4. Confirm that the Czech language is displayed in the Installed Services window. On most computers, it will display: Step 5. Click Key Settings... and sight or change the key sequence to switch between English and Czech on your keyboard. (Default: Left Alt+Shift). Step 6. Click Language Bar.... Make sure that 'Show language bar on the desktop' is ticked. Step 7. Click Apply -> OK. Now exit this menu and restart your computer. Step 8. Once you have restarted your computer, you should now see a little tab on the right-hand side of your desktop taskbar with 'EN' written on it. Left click on this to bring up the options list and select the option marked 'Czech'. You should now be able to type on many programs (Microsoft applications, online forums etc.) using Slavonic letters. These letters substitute the number keys and punctuation keys adjacent to the standard letters. You're done! I hope this has helped you, if you have any additional questions, do not hesistate to ask. Jason.