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Hebrew Sign Maker

Hebrew Sign Maker

Print Hebrew signs without Hebrew support. Mouse click on the on screen keyboard and the letters will appear on the bottom of the screen. The blank key is for spaces, the down triangle is for a new line, turning arrow is delete. Choose align center or align right and then press "Print". A pop-up Window will appear with your sign. Press the control key + the letter "P" and it will be printed.... Show More


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Janna Levy
Janna Levy (Faculty)
20 years ago
This site is helpful for useful for younger students that have just learned the
alphabet. It gives a nice variety of ways the letters can be written. Some
students learn script before print and it gives both of those options. As a
teacher, I plan to use it with grade level students to write their Hebrew names
and compose letters.

Technical Remarks:

The directions for this program are very understandable and overall it is
extremely easy to operate. The only assistance or outside support one would need
is to know the Hebrew alphabet. One recommendation I have is that the user be
able to hear the word(s) that was just written.