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Install a virtual keyboard on Windows 7/8 Korean

How to Install a virtual keyboard on Windows 7/8 Korean

Step 1 : Go to Control Panel and select Region and Language

Install a virtual keyboard on Windows 7/8 Korean

Step 2 : In the window Region and Language , switch to the Keyboards and Languages ​​and select buttons Change keyboards ...

Install a virtual keyboard on Windows 7/8 Korean

Step 3 : Click Add to add an input language to the list using.

Install a virtual keyboard on Windows 7/8 Korean

Step 4 : In the window Add Input Language , check the position of percussion in Korean and then click OK.

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Step 5 : Click OK to update the list of new languages.

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Step 6 : Now you can type in Korean using the virtual keyboard On-Screen Keyboard

Install a virtual keyboard on Windows 7/8 Korean

Step 7 : Before you type, check the input language buttons under the Taskbar to make sure chose Korean (KO)

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Now you can enjoy Korean typing with the virtual keyboard On-Screen Keyboard

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Over here, we have to guide you how to install the virtual keyboard on Windows 7/8 Korean to Korean typing on computer efficiency. if you're a fan of this language and studying it can perform operations on to ease Korean text editor on your computer.

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Windows 7: Keyboard Implementation Steps

1) Open the Control Panel.

2) Select “Clock, Language and Region”.

3) Under the “Region and Language” category, click “Change Keyboards or Other Input Methods”. A dialog box (“Region and Language”) will pop up.

4) Under the “Keyboards and Languages” tab, click “Change Keyboards”.

5) The top half of the panel is “Default Input Language” - do not change it. The bottom half is “Installed Services”. In it, click “Add”. A dialog box (“Add Input Language”) will pop up.

6) Scroll down and find “Korean”. Expand the + sign next to “Korean”; and expand the + sign next to “keyboard”.

7) Check “Microsoft IME” (2nd box). Do not check "Korean" (1st box) or "Show More” (3rd box).

At this point, your "Add Input Language" window should look like this:

Add Input Language window

8) Click “OK”.

9) Click “Apply” and “OK”.

The Korean keyboard option is now available. At this point, you will see a language bar (marked “EN” [for English]) in the lower right corner of your screen.
Language bar

If you don’t see the language bar in the lower right corner, it must be “floating” in the top right corner of your screen like this:
Language bar

You can leave it there or close it by clicking the tiny square (above the tiny triangle within the bar) - then the language bar will come back to the bottom task bar.

How to Use the Korean Keyboard

Locate the language bar (marked “EN”) in the lower right corner of your screen. Click the “EN” sign once - a box will expand. Select "KO" (instead of "EN").

EN and KO in the language bar

The language bar will then horizontally expand as shown below, giving you 4 different control icons.

Four controls of the language bar

Of the four, you will be dealing with Control 1 and Control 3 only.

Control 1 (KO or EN): This shows whether you are in the Korean-enabled mode (KO) or English-only mode (EN). You can shift between the two modes by selecting the KO or EN label, as shown in the previous figure.

Control 3 (A or 가): Being in the "KO" mode doesn't necessarily mean that your keyboard is ready to input Korean characters. It means you can activate Korean when you want. The default in the "KO" mode is still English (hence the "A" sign). When want to type Korean, hit the ALT key on the right side of your keyboard. (A keyboard may have two ALT keys; only the right one works for this purpose.) You will then see:
Four controls of the language bar

Note that Control 3 shows a Korean character, , instead of "A". Your keyboard is now ready to input Korean characters. You can toggle between Korean and English by pressing the right ALT key at any time.

We will explain the other two functions (Control 2 and Control 4) shortly, but you probably won’t use them at all. You can now skip to our Typing Practice Page. There is a large picture of the Korean keyboard layout in the first page of this article.
 

What are the other two buttons for?

Control 4: You won't need this unless you have deep understanding of the etymology of Korean words. Control 4 is used to convert Korean syllables written in phonetic alphabet (i.e. most modern Korean texts) into classical Asian logograms ("Chinese" characters), which had been for centuries the predominant writing system in Korea until the early part of the 20th century.

Control 2: Recall that, in Step 7 above (procedure for Windows 7), we recommended that you check only the second box (Microsoft IME) in the "Add Input Language" window. If you mistakenly checked the first box ("Korean") as well, that window would look like this:
Add Input Language window with two items checked

With both of the boxes checked (not recommended), you will have two choices, which you can see by pressing and holding Control 2:
Language bar with two Korean options
Note that, in addition to the green globe icon, you see a gray keyboard icon. The additional option (gray keyboard icon) apparently does not work as a Korean keyboard. Having this option only interferes with the the Microsoft IME (green globe icon) function from time to time.

If you happen to have the "gray keyboard" icon implemented, your keyboard may occasionally get stuck in the "gray keyboard mode" for unknown reasons (symptom: Korean entry stops working, and the ALT key becomes unresponsive). When this occurs, you can use Control 2 to move back to the "green globe" mode. If you leave the first box unchecked in Step 7 above (and activate only the second box), you won't have this problem, and you won't ever need Control 2.

Windows 8: Keyboard Implementation Steps

1) Open the Control Panel.

2) Select “Clock, Language and Region”.

3) Under the “Language” category, click “Add a language". At this point, the panel should look like this: Add Language Panel View

4) Click “Add a language”. Then, scroll down to section “K” to find Korean. Pick Korean

5) Select “Korean” and click “Add”. The panel should look like this: Add Language Panel View

The Korean keyboard option is now available. You will notice that there is a language button (“ENG”) at the far right end of the taskbar, next to the clock. You will use it to toggle between English and Korean keyboards. How to use this button is explained in the next section.
 

Win 8 Language Bar



 

How to Use the Korean Keyboard


Locate the language button (marked “ENG”) in the lower right corner of your screen. Click it once - a box will expand. Select "Korean Microsoft IME (Input Method Editor)".
Add Language Panel View
Then the language sign will change from “ENG” (English) to Korean mode indicator (Korean), and at the same time, another icon (“A”) will appear left to the language sign.

Four controls of the language bar

In the picture above, focus on the two areas indicated by blue pointers (“Current Status” and “Language Mode”).

Language Mode (ENG or Korean mode indicator): This shows whether you are in the English-only mode (ENG) or Korean-enabled mode (Korean mode indicator). You can shift between the two modes by selecting "ENG" or Korean mode indicator using the mouse.

Current Status (A or 가): Being in the "Korean-enabled" mode doesn't necessarily mean that your keyboard is ready to input Korean characters. It means you can activate Korean when you want. The default in the "Korean-enabled" mode is still English (hence the "A" sign). When you want to type Korean, hit the ALT key on the right side of your keyboard. (A keyboard may have two ALT keys; only the right one works for this purpose.)

Four controls of the language bar

When you hit the ATL key, the status icon will change to a Korean character, . Your keyboard is now ready to input Korean characters. You can toggle between Korean and English by pressing the right ALT key at any time.

There is a large picture of the Korean keyboard layout in the first page of this article. You can now go to our Typing Practice page, which explains how to type Korean words with specific examples.

Korean Keyboard on Windows 10

1) Click the Windows Start button (located in the lower left corner of your desktop), and click the gear icon (the Settings button).
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 1


2) Select “Time & Language”.
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 2


3) In the left panel, select “Language”.
Note: The current illustration is made with the May 2019 release of Windows 10 (version 1903, build 18362). If your Windows 10 is an earlier release, the interface may differ slightly. For example, the left panel may have “Region & Language” rather than a separate “Language” entry.
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 3
 

4) Click the + sign next to “Add a preferred language”. Adding Korean as a “preferred” language by following the steps below will not make Korean preferred over the existing default language (English). Unless you make the extra efforts of manually moving the newly added language to a position higher than English (which this article will not show), Korean will be placed at a position less “preferred” than English, and the Korean keyboard will only perform auxiliary functions.
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 4


5) In the search box, type “Korean”, and hit the Enter key of your keyboard. The Korean language option will appear below the search box. Click “Next”.
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 5


6) There are 3 features that most of the readers of this article would never need. Uncheck the options indicated in the picture (Install Language Pack; Text-to-speech; Handwriting).
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 6


7) Make sure that the top 4 features are unchecked. You are going to install only the bottom 2 features (Basic typing and Optical character recognition), which are by default preselected and grayed out -- apparently obligatory installation requirements under this option. Click “Install”. Installation takes about a minute. During this installation step, it appears that some additional Korean fonts are also downloaded. (When you purchase a computer, the Windows operating system already comes with an adequate number of basic Korean fonts. In this step, it appears that more Korean fonts are downloaded to give you a longer list of available Korean fonts.)
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 7


8) The implementation is now complete. You will notice a tiny new icon (“ENG”) appearing in your taskbar, next to the clock. That icon is a toggle switch you will use to move back and forth between the English-Only mode and the Korean-Enabled mode of your keyboard. How to use this switch is explained in the following section.
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 8

 

How to Alternate Between the English and Korean Keyboards


Open an application that will give you a space to type something onto. For example, open Notepad, MS Word, Excel or a browser window showing an actual input field such as a Google search window. (If the space where your cursor is placed on has no input space available, the language icon will not behave as illustrated here.)

As long as the language icon next to the clock is displayed as “ENG”, your keyboard is locked in the English-Only mode and typing Korean is not possible. If you click the language icon, it will let you choose between two options: "ENG" and Korean mode indicator (Korean).

Select the second entry Korean mode indicator (Korean Microsoft IME; IME stands for "input method editor"). The third line is a preference bar, which most readers of this article need not be concerned with.
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 9


In the image shown below, the language icon now changes to Korean mode indicator, and you will see yet another status indicator (“A”). Can you type Korean now? Not yet. The Korean mode indicator icon indicates that the keyboard has been freed from the English-Only mode and your keyboard is now in the Korean-English dual mode. But the “A” indicator shows that the keyboard language at the moment happens to be English (symbolized by “A”, the first letter of the English alphabet). In other words, the Korean keyboard is not engaged.
Windows 10 Korean keyboard step 10


Whenever you are ready to type Korean, click the “A” symbol, which will then change to a Korean letter "" . While the symbol is shown as "가", the keyboard is in the Korean mode and you can type KoreanWindows 10 Korean keyboard step 11

You can hit the symbol again at any time to change it back to “A” to type English.

If you prefer, you can also hit the ALT key to alternate between "A" and "". (A keyboard has two ATL keys, but only the ALT key on the right side will work for this purpose.)

To lock the keyboard stably in the English-Only mode, move out of the dual mode by clicking Korean mode indicator and choosing the top line ("ENG").

Mac OS X: Keyboard Implementation Steps

1) Click the apple icon (in the top left corner of your desktop) and select “System Preferences”.
Mac OS X Korean keyboard step 1


2) Select (double-click) “Keyboard”.
Mac OS X Korean keyboard step 2


3) Select the “Input Sources” tab. At this point, you will see only the standard English keyboard. Click the “+” sign.
Mac OS X Korean keyboard step 3


4) In the left panel, scroll down and select “Korean”. Make sure that the “2-Set Korean” layout (the default option) is selected in the right panel. Click “Add”. The right panel shows a number of different keyboard layout styles (with the consonant and vowel keys arranged in different ways), which date back all the way to the mechanical typewriter days. Nowadays, however, the option shown at the top (“2-Set”) is the essentially the only keyboard used in Korea, and virtually no one uses the other keyboard arrangements. There is a large picture of the “2-Set” layout in the first page of this article.
Mac OS X Korean keyboard step 4


5) The Korean keyboard is now available. However, at this point, your computer's keyboard is still in the English mode. Given below are detailed instructions on how to use the Korean keyboard.

Parenthetically, by having the “2-Set Korean” button in the left panel, you have access to 3 deeper controls within the Korean option (“Input Format”, “Delete By”, etc.). They are not shown here, however, as most of the readers of this article would have no need for them.
Mac OS X Korean keyboard step 5

 

How to Use the Korean Keyboard


When the Korean keyboard option is implemented, you will see a language icon in the top right corner of your desktop. The U.S. flag icon indicates that your keyboard at the moment happens to be in the English mode.
Mac OS X Korean keyboard step 6

By clicking the icon, you can choose between two keyboards: English (U.S. flag icon) and Korean (Korean mode indicator).
Mac OS X Korean keyboard step 7


When you select the Korean keyboard, the language icon changes to Korean mode indicator, and your keyboard is now ready to type Korean. You can move back and forth between English and Korean at any time by changing the language icon.
Mac OS X Korean keyboard step 8

Follow the steps below to change on-screen keyboard language.

How to add a keyboard layout in Windows 10.

  1. Click Start Menu. It's the Windows icon in the bottom left corner.
  2. Click Settings.
  3. Click Time & language.
  4. Click Region & language.
  5. Click the language you wish to add a keyboard layout to.
  6. Click Options.
  7. Click Add a keyboard.
  8. Click the keyboard you want to add.

How to change the keyboard layout in Windows 10.

  1. Press and hold the Windows key
  2. Press spacebar.

Let us know how it goes.

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