Google Input Tools for Windows is an input editor that helps you type text in 22 different languages. Users can type a word the way it sounds using Latin characters and Google Input Tools converts the word to its original written script.
Offline SupportNo internet connection is required.
Word CompletionsDictionary-based word completions for prefixes.
Personalized ChoicesRemembers user corrections along with macro and canonical support.
Easy KeyboardDictionary-enabled keyboard to enter rare and complex words.
Quick SearchSingle-click web search for highlighted words.
Cool, CustomizationsCustomize candidate window size, display fonts and more.
Type in other languages
On the downloadpage, select the languages by checking the checkboxes. More than one language of input tools can be installed on the same client machine.
Run the installer after download completed, and follow the instructions on the screen.
When download process will complete then, it will display a status window on the screen. By default, this Language bar icon will be placed at the bottom-right corner of the desktop.
Open MS-Word (You can also type in everywhere such as Facebook messages, Google Search etc)
Then click on Language bar icon at the bottom-right corner then select Language.
You will see Language Bar like this.
When Input Tools is enabled for an application, it displays a window with the typed text and the corresponding word choices in the input language. In the below example, the user has typed ‘googl‘ and the input tool has displayed five choices (numbered 1 to 5). This window is sometimes called a ‘candidate list’.
You can also use the keyboard for some rare or complex words. In these situations, the flexible keyboard allows input of any possible word. To open the flexible keyboard, click the keyboard button on the status window or by using the keyboard shortcut CTRL + K. To enter characters, you can either type on your physical keyboard or use the mouse to pick on the flexible keyboard. You can hide/show the on-screen keyboard by clicking the up/down arrow on status window. To close it, click the keyboard button again on status window, or by using the shortcut CTRL + K or ESC.