With this Russian online keyboard you can comfortably write Russian/Cyrillic texts, even if your keyboard does not have the Russian/Cyrillic characters. Simply use your mouse to enter the characters in the text entry field. Then copy the text and insert it where you need it.
The keyboard completely corresponds to the Russian standard keyboard. Using your mouse click on the desired character and it appears in the top of the text field. To write in capital letters, click on the Shift key (arrow pointing up) as you normally would on your keyboard, to type 1 character in upper case and the rest in lower case. To continue writing in only capital letters, activate the key with the arrow pointing down. The arrangement of keys may be changed by clicking on "Standard" for the Russian standard keyboard, "Translit" for a transliteration, or "Alphabet" for an alphabetic arrangement on the left-hand side.
If you can touch type, writing Russian texts fairly quickly with this virtual keyboard will be easy. For example, if you press your "a" button, the Russian "?" character will appear in the text entry field field. At the same time the virtual keyboard will indicate the button you just clicked so you can follow the process easily.
Of course, afterwards you are able to edit the sentences you typed by simply clicking with your mouse on the desired spot in the text field you want to correct, and changing the word just as you would with any other normal text editing program.
If you want to search Google in Russian, you only need to click the blue Google button: a new window will open and the Russian word will be automatically submitted to the Google search.
If you want to send your Russian text by e-mail, your characters may seem to be displayed correctly to you, but the recipient may not be able to read them, because he does not have the required software installed. To prevent this, save the text in Microsoft Word or Open Office and send the file as an attachment.