Cyrillic Support 2000
A complete set of fonts and software for using Cyrillic-based languages in all your Windows programs.
Cyrillic Support has everything you need for using Cyrillic-based languages in Windows: keyboard drivers, a wide selection of Cyrillic TrueType fonts, Cyrillic system fonts, and a program to convert Cyrillic texts between all popular DOS, Internet, Macintosh, and Windows encoding schemes.
All modern Slavic languages which use a Cyrillic alphabet are supported: Belarusian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, and Ukrainian. Accented Russian vowels are available for marking stress.
To switch between English and any of the Cyrillic-based languages, you simply press a hot key or make a selection from a keyboard menu. Both standard and phonetic keyboard layouts are supported, and all layouts are easily customizable using a drag-and-drop procedure.
■ Works with All Popular Applications
Cyrillic Support is compatible with virtually all Windows office suites, Web browsers, and e-mail programs. The User's Guide and online help provide detailed tips on using Cyrillic in a variety of popular applications.
■ Supports All Popular Cyrillic Character Sets
Keyboard and font support are provided for the Cyrillic character sets most commonly used in Windows: Unicode, Code Page 1251, and KOI8. Our Character Set Converter program is also included to let you convert Cyrillic text between these and other popular Cyrillic character sets.
■ Easily Type All Cyrillic Letters
Two keyboard programs are included. Cyrillic Keyboard lets you easily type all letters needed by modern Slavic languages which use a Cyrillic alphabet:
If you are a student or teacher of Russian, you'll appreciate Russian Keyboard. It supports dead keys to let you easily type accented Russian vowels for marking stress:
■ Easy to Use and Fully Supported
Cyrillic Support is very easy to install and use. The printed User's Guide will get you up to speed quickly with its tutorial approach, and all programs include extensive context-sensitive online help. Should you need further assistance, technical support is available by phone or e-mail.
■ Font Samples
Cyrillic Support includes Cyrillic TrueType fonts in the typefaces shown below. Each of these fonts is available in three Cyrillic character sets: Unicode, Code Page 1251, and an academic variant of Code Page 1251 which includes accented vowels for marking stress.
A set of eight decorative Cyrillic fonts is also included. These fonts are ideal for ads, newsletters, invitations, signs, logos, etc. They are provided in two Cyrillic character sets: Unicode and Code Page 1251.
■ Cyrillic Support 2000 Feature Summary
New! Fully compatible with Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4, 2000, and XP.
New! Includes 18 Cyrillic TrueType fonts: 10 text fonts, 8 decorative fonts.
New! TrueType fonts and keyboard drivers support three Cyrillic character sets (Unicode, Code Page 1251, and an academic variant of Code Page 1251 which includes accented vowels for marking Russian stress).
New! Input language marking associates the correct input language with each keyboard layout. So when you select a Russian layout, for example, your programs will know you are typing Russian. Programs like Word 97, 2000, and XP use your input language to determine how to sort, format dates, and select the proper spell check dictionary.
New! Fonts and keyboard drivers now support the Euro currency symbol.
New! Convert Cyrillic text between Unicode and all popular encoding schemes (text may reside on disk or in the clipboard).
New! The printed User's Guide has been rewritten in a tutorial style to get you up and running quickly.
New! Documentation has been expanded to include notes on using Cyrillic in newer Web browsers and e-mail programs.
Type, edit, and print Belarusian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, and English.
For Russian and Ukrainian, both mnemonic (phonetic) and standard keyboard layouts are provided. All keyboard layouts can be easily customized using a visual drag and drop procedure.
Russian accented vowels are fully supported for marking stress.
Optionally replace Windows system fonts with Cyrillic versions so that you can type Cyrillic in search and replace dialogs and other contexts where you cannot select a font.
Requires Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4, 2000, or XP and 3 MB of disk space.