Hello. I read the post on installing the classical Greek keyboard, and have Greek Polytonic installed. I am using Windows 7. I know the post recommends Palatino Linotype. What I am wondering is whether there is a way to use Times New Roman. There are all the diacritical marks variations available for Times New Roman through Insert> Symbol>Greek and Coptic (or Greek Extended), which is an incredible hassle, given the amount of work I need to accomplish. Doesn’t it mean that this font also supports the classical Greek? How can I enter them using the keyboard? The dead keys layouts in your posts do not correlate with what I am getting using Times New Roman. Is there a way to access various layouts and key combinations for diacritical marks from within Word, to get the actual settings as they are at the moment? I poked around, and can actually get letters with diacritical marks sometimes, but haven’t figured out what the system is. Since there is apparently the capability already available, all I need is the layout. I need this for my dissertation where English and Greek are used, and the consistency of using one font for both is paramount. Can anyone please help? Thank you!