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Nick
Here is a good "virtual" keyboard... http://www.russianlessons.net/software/keyboard.php I know there may be others, but this seems to be a good "virtual" keyboard to allow you to type Russian letters. You can change the language on the bottom left of the keyboard, type what you need, then just highlight and cut/paste onto another webpage. (press control c to cut, then control v to paste). It seems rather awkward and slow, even to me, but it gets the job done!
Apr 12, 2008 12:54 PM
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I recommend: kbd.winrus.com  - there is also explanation how to russify your Windows...
November 4, 2010
softcorporation.com/products/cyrillic/cyrillic-ru.html

Here is another one with complementary functions, such as spellchek and e-mail sending . But unfortunately, these functions are available, only if you use Internet Explorer as a browser.
September 17, 2010

Nick......,
Thanks for sharing, very useful

September 16, 2010
It is no difficulty having the russian keys in your lap or desk top. GO to control panel, go to regional and language select russian. When you want to use it just use alt - shift. That becomes your key to be russian
April 30, 2008
Actually the stickers like you mentioned would be even better than the other virtual keyboards, since I can switch between English and Russian letters already with some encoding thing I downloaded. Where did you find the stickers to buy?
April 20, 2008
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Nick
Language Skills
English, Russian
Learning Language
Russian