> lessons for - Windows 95 / 98 / ME ; Windows 2000 ; Windows XP
> scroll below for korean keyboard

 

-Windows 95 / 98 / ME, Download here:

www.microsoft.com/msdownload/iebuild/ime5_win32/en/ime5_win32.htm
The option Microsoft Global IME 5.02 for Korean - With Language Pack is recommended

After installation, if you are asked to "insert a cd", use your Microsoft Office CD.

How to use the font:
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How to Read
In Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher, choose View -> Encoding -> More -> Korean, or
View -> Encoding -> Korean if you can see Korean next to Encoding.

- How to Write
-After installation, go somewhere you can type korean font on (ex: Microsoft Word)

- an icon will show up at the bottom right hand corner of your screen, click on it

-this will pop up:

-click on Korean IME


-The icon will change to

-Click on the and this will show up

-Click on the and it will change into a like this

-type away!

 

-Windows 2000

Choose Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Regional Options -> General -> Language Settings for the System -> Korean

Click on the Set Default button.

Under the same General tab -> System Locale -> Korean

Click on the Apply and OK buttons.

Restart the system.

Choose Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Regional Options -> Input Locales -> Korean

Click on the Set Default button.


-Windows XP, you do not need to download the font

Installation instructions here:
http://www.declan-software.com/korean_ime/#XPinstall
Using the font is the same as regular Windows except icons look at bit different:

 

Two English-Korean Keyboard: