Classical Greek Keyboards
Need to type in Biblical or Classical Greek? Choose from our selection of Polytonic Greek keyboards. These Unicode keyboards run on Keyman Desktop in any Unicode Windows application.
Galaxie Greek/Hebrew Mnemonic
Easy to use keyboard layouts designed for Biblical Greek and Hebrew. Optimised for US and European hardware keyboards.
Greek Polytonic SA
Comprehensive keyboard for serious students of classical and modern Greek. EZ features smart diacritics and auto-correct.
Greek Polytonic SA EZ
A very complete Greek Polytonic keyboard for serious students of classical and modern Greek, with intelligent rules for diacritics and spelling auto-correction.
Greek Polytonic Unicode
Follows the modern Greek hardware layout with additional keys for polytonic accents and Coptic letters.
Polytonic Greek (SIL)
Greek keyboard layout supporting Polytonic Greek, using precomposed characters.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which Greek keyboard do I need?
If you are using a European or UK hardware keyboard, we only recommend the Galaxie BibleScript Greek Mnemonic keyboard.
If you are using a US or other hardware keyboard, we recommend each keyboard for different situations. Try Manuel Lopez's Greek Classical keyboard if you are studying Classical Greek; the Galaxie BibleScript Greek Mnemonic keyboard if you are studying Biblical Greek; Greek Polytonic SA for advanced functions, monotonic, and polytonic Greek support; and Greek Polytonic Unicode if you are more comfortable with a modern Greek hardware layout.
Which Classical Greek font should I use in Microsoft Word and other programs?
Each of these packages comes with two free Greek fonts: Galaxie Greek Unicode, and Galatia SIL. You can
also use the font Palatino Linotype, which is available in Windows XP and later versions.
- Whenever I type a sigma, a vowel, and then a diacritic or breathing mark in Microsoft Word, the sigma changes to a final sigma This is a bug in Microsoft Word. Visit knowledge base article KMKB0043 for a resolution.