Czech is the language spoken in Czech Republic and with a total number of 12 million speakers. The language, also known as Bohemian in English before, is very similar to Slovak, Polish and Sorbian. Czech is written in Latin alphabet and consists of 42 graphemes. In addition to the 26 letters in the Latin alphabet, its alphabet includes diacritics such as Á, Č, Ď, É, Ě, Í, Ň, Ó, Ř, Š, Ť, Ú, Ů, Ý,Ž.
To type those special characters in Czech, an easy way is to use keyboard shortcuts on your computer. For example, now you want to type Czech letter Ď on Windows, you just hold your ALT key then type 0270 on your activated Number Pad. You can find a list of codes for those Czech special characters for Windows, Mac and HTML here.
If you need to type Czech on a regular basis, using keyboard shortcuts is obviously inconvenient. In this case, you will need to install a Czech keyboard. A typical Czech keyboard will enable you to type Czech easily, but first you need to get familiar with its keyboard layout. The QWERTZ keyboard is widely used in the Czech Republic. The difference between a QWERTZ keyboard and the QWERTY keyboard is that Y and Z are swapped. Here is how a typical Czech keyboard looks like:
To get familiar with the Czech keyboard layout fast, it is suggested that you buy a keyboard or a keyboard sticker of Czech, which has the Czech keyboard layout printed on it and can be placed on the surface of your existing keyboard. However, whether you want to type with a keyboard or a keyboard sticker you need to first install the Czech keyboard.
Create text-based images or logos with Czech fonts
Below is a collection of Czech fonts. The following tool will enable you to enter text in Czech, and then it will convert your text into images using different fonts, colors, sizes based on your selection. You can then save the image by right clicking on it. You may either enter Czech directly or copy from other sources and paste below.