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Typing in Russian
Transcript of Typing in Russian
Although you can type using the onscreen keyboard, this is slow and inefficient. If you are dedicated to learning Russian, it is probably a good idea to learn how to type.
Some people choose to put Russian stickers on their keyboard, but you generally learn faster when you have nothing to look at on the keyboard.
Instead, you can print out a picture of the keyboard layout and look at it until you get the hang of it. You can get a picture from Wikipedia here: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9a/Keyboard_layout_ru.svg
In addition to this, you may want a program that will teach you to type. A website that can teach you for free is http://vse10.ru . The name means "all ten". You may want to Google Translate the site when signing up, since everything is in Russian.
Before you start typing, you'll need to add Russian as a language on your computer. If you use Windows, Microsoft's instructions can be found here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/258824/en-us
If you're on a Mac, Apple's page is here: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH11251
If you're using Linux or something else, try searching the web for instructions if you can't figure it out.
Remember, you can always ask for help in the forum.
That's it! Have fun typing in Russian and learning the language.