(This problem occurs for Windows 98 users that use a non-English (United States) keyboard driver or do not have the keyboard layout set to United States 101).
1. Open your Control Panel (click Start | Settings | Control Panel).
2. Click the Keyboard icon.
3. In the Keyboard Properties dialog box that opens, click on the Language tab.
4. In the Language section, do you see the item English (United States)? If so, skip to step 8. If not, continue.
5. Click on the Add... button and install the English (United States) keyboard driver (This will require you to insert your Windows 98 CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive).
6. After the driver is installed, click on the "Enable indicator on taskbar" box in the Keyboard Properties dialog box (if it is not already checked). This will cause an indicator to be present in the lower right portion of the task bar that displays the language that is currently in use by the application.
7. Next, select one of the two "Switch Language" shortcuts in the Keyboard Properties dialog box (Left Alt+Shift is the default setting).
8. Click on the item, English (United States), to make certain that it is highlighted, then click the Properties button.
9. In the resulting Language Properties window, change the Keyboard Layout setting to United States 101 and click the OK button.
10. Click OK when finished.
11. Reboot your computer (Click Start | Shut Down | Restart). If you have just installed the English (United States) driver, you will now be able to use both keyboard drivers. When you want to use PC Study Bible, start the program and press Left Alt+Shift (or Ctrl+Shift, depending upon which shortcut you chose). The icon in the task bar will display EN, for English, and your typing will work fine in PCSB. Then, when you want to switch to another program, again press Left Alt+Shift to use your native language keyboard driver.