Here is the BETA CODE system used for UniGreek and for the Online Greek Inputter. In Beta code, each Greek letter is represented by a single Roman letter - so the Greek letter phi is represented by f rather than by ph. The letters you need to be especially aware of are highlighted here in yellow:
UniGreek: This is a brand-new web-based Greek word processor built by a former OU student! He has created it for us to use in this class - so thank you, Randy! This web-based word processor has some great advantages. To type the capital letters, you do not need to use the asterisk - just use a capital Roman letter, and it will be converted to a capital Greek letter. Also, you can toggle back and forth between typing in Roman letters, and typing in Greek - so if you want to go back and forth between typing in English and typing in Greek you can use this program to do it!
UniGreekMac for Macintosh and UniGreek for Windows PC. This fabulous program can be downloaded and installed on your computer for free, thanks to the great efforts of Phil Dow (building on a prototype by Randy Hoyt). This program can be used even when you are not online, which might make it a very useful alternative to the UniGreek web-based word processor.
Antioch. Another valuable tool for typing Greek is the Microsoft Word utility called Antioch, which allows you to easily type both Unicode Greek and Hebrew inside Word. You can find out more at the Antioch website.
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