Macedonians use the QWERTY keyboard layout. The QWERTY keyboard is phonetic, meaning that it partially matches Macedonian letters to Latin letters that are pronounced similarly. Letters that cannot be matched are mapped on other keys.
The QWERTY keyboard layout with Macedonian letters looks like this:
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How to add a keyboard
Disclaimer: This guide is for Windows 10. If you have an older version of Windows (8 and below), click here for more information.
Press on the Windows key or click on the Start button. Then type in settings and open it. When you open it, click on Time & Language.
In the left menu select Language.
Then, click on Add a language.
In the search box, type in Macedonian. Then, click on the offered option to select it and click on Next.
Finally, to install the Macedonian keyboard on your PC or laptop, click on Install.
To switch between the different keyboards, you can either use the shortcut of Alt+Shift on your keyboard or choose between the keyboards from your toolbar by clicking on the language abbreviation (e.g. ENG).
For more information about keyboards on Windows 8.1 or Windows 7, go to the following links:
If you are using Windows 8.1, check the guide on Microsoft’s website.
If you are using Windows 7, check the guide on Microsoft’s website.