Visual keyboard supports typing in more than one language on the same computer in Microsoft Office 2000. Microsoft Visual keyboard supports typing in more than one language on the same computer by showing you a keyboard for another language on your screen. You might use Visual Keyboard when you change your keyboard layout from one language to another. When you change keyboard layouts, the characters you see as you type might not correspond with your keyboard. Visual Keyboard lets you see the keyboard for the language you've switched to on your screen so that you can either click the keys on your screen or see the correct keys to press to enter text. For example, you might be working in an English version of Microsoft Word but want to type text in Greek. After you switch keyboard layouts from English to Greek, you can use Visual Keyboard to see the Greek keyboard layout on your screen. To enter a Greek character in your document, click the character on the on-screen keyboard, or use Visual Keyboard as a map to press the keys on your keyboard that correspond to the on-screen keys. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.