If I don't have the Hebrew keyboard then how can I type what I want in Hebrew?
I am learning Hebrew, but I cannot type anything in the Hebrew lettering. Does anyone have a suggestion?
Using Google Translate is a good tool for that. You can copy the translation, just don't use it as a cheat-tool.
@jebgh google translate isn't always accurate, so you gotta be careful with that.
You can go to your keyboards in control panel and add a Hebrew keyboard. You will need to learn the layout of the keyboard. You can practice online, look at a photograph of the keyboard in Hebrew or put stickers on the keys. To switch to the Hebrew keyboard hit CTRl+shift. To type in English while using it. Hit Caps lock. Great for timed practice and doing lessons.
You can install Hebrew in Windows: https://goo.gl/cGiPKt or on Apple: Open Settings > Click on Keyboard > Click on International Keyboards > Add New Keyboard
If you are serious about learning Hebrew, it's worth investing the time to learn to touch type Hebrew. It took me about 6 or 7 hours of work, but well worth it. This site was what I used: free and effective: https://sense-lang.org/typing/tutor/keyboardingHE.php
Do what kHXa3 suggested, but if you don't want to memorize the new layout, after installing the new keyboard, run Windows' On-Screen-Keyboard. The Hebrew letters will appear there together with the English ones after you switch to Hebrew. You could use that to either learn the new layout or just type from there.
When you are in Hebrew in your PC type the key board in a document in the same way that is the English. Then you can put in a line down the English equivalent of each Hebrew letter. It will take you about fifteen minutes to do this. Then you print the page and have it at hand!
If you use Chrome, I highly recommend trying out DuoKeyboard. It rocks. I haven't tested it on Hebrew but it makes my life so much better in my other practice languages. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/duokeyboard/dekooljcgfaiokofbciaflklkfniimfa?hl=en