Polish is the language spoken throughout Poland and by Polish minorities in other countries of the world and has a total number of 40 million native speakers. Polish alphabet is based on the Latin alphabet. Excluding the Q, V, X, which are used to write foreign words and commercial names, the polish alphabet consists of 32 letters, namely, A,Ą,B,C,Ć,D,E,Ę,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,Ł,M,N,Ń,O,Ó,P,R,S,Ś,T,U,W,Y,Z,Ź,Ż.
Most Poles use the Polish programmer’s (polski programisty) layout, which is identical with the standard US layout. Special letters can be typed directly or by holding the Alt (actually AltGr) key to the right of the backspace key and tapping the other keys. For example, now you want to type Polish letter Ł on Windows, you just hold your ALT key then type 0321 on your activated Number Pad. You can find a list of codes for those Polish special characters for Windows, Mac and HTML here.
Polish 214 (polski 214) as shown below is another keyboard layout that only professional typewriters will use. It features a QWERTZ keyboard with separate keys for letters such as ś, ć etc.
To get familiar with the Polish keyboard layout fast, it is suggested that you buy a keyboard or a keyboard sticker of Polish, which has the Polish 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 Polish keyboard.
Create text-based images or logos with Polish fonts
Below is a collection of Polish fonts. The following tool will enable you to enter text in Polish, 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 Polish directly or copy from other sources and paste below.