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Original Languages Keyboards for Windows



What are Ancient Language Keyboards?

Ancient Language Keyboards allow us to type in different languages, like Greek or Hebrew, by mapping the ancient language characters to our physical keyboard. This has the significant advantage of allowing you to install and learn one keyboard and use it not only in Logos but also in any other Unicode-aware application (including Microsoft Word or the Google search bar).

Note: Original languages keyboards are provided as-is, without warranty or support. For troubleshooting help, you can ask other Logos users in the forums. Additional information is also available at the Hebrew and Greek Input Options support page.

Installation Instructions

Step 1: Extract the Installer
  • After you order this product, the download links will appear at the bottom of the page. Click the link to download, and open the self-extracting file.


  • Click the "Browse..." button and select your Desktop.
  • Choose "Unzip" to extract the installer.
  • A folder will appear on the desktop. You can now close the extractor.
Step 2: Installing the extracted Keyboard
  • Open the folder that was extracted to your Desktop.
  • It should contain a folder and the PDF Manual for the selected keyboard.
  • Open the folder (example: kbdlbgr").
  • Right-click the "Setup" file and choose "Run as administrator" to install.
    Windows XP: just double-click the "Setup" file.

You will need to repeat this process for each desired keyboard.

Note: Original language keyboards are unsupported tools.


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  1. Young Gun Park
  2. Wallace Scaife

    Wallace Scaife


  3. J. P.

    J. P.


  4. Rod Corner

    Rod Corner


    At this point I'm still upset with the fact that Logos took away my Greek and Hebrew keyboards when I upgraded to Logos 10. Hopefully I can get them back although I still don't have them after three phone calls to Logos.
  5. G. Allen Gunn

    G. Allen Gunn


    This is a great product. I've been using it for many years and have all my students who use PCs get it. Many thanks to Logos for making it available for free.
  6. Justin Pierce

    Justin Pierce


    This program is different from every other Windows language program and the Keyboard layout does not match up. As we are trying to learn Hebrew, Greek, and Cyriac, it seems to me that Logos would want to produce a keyboard sticker that matches their program or make the program match the thousands of other keyboard programs. The only option which is currently available is to have the PDF open and to struggle through that cumbersome shft+alt+GR etc just to find the vowels and consonants. I really don't like the set up, I guess I'll have to make my own keyboard cover.
  7. Victoriano Santiago Cayetano
    Muy útil como estudiante de idiomas bíblicos. Me ha resuelto los problemas de nikud y demás. Gracias.
  8. Richard Chen

    Richard Chen


    not the same mapping as advertised, Aleph and Ayin are not at the same place as advertised.
  9. Forrest Cole

    Forrest Cole


  10. Dawid Lee

    Dawid Lee


    thank you