I know that the International Phonics Association provides or can tell you about many special phonics symbols, several sets of which KK symbols are derived from. I am trying to kind a way of finding a set of KK phonics on the Internet, or catalog KK phonics from the phonics sets from which they are dervied. Then I want to use them in MS Word 2003.
I am aware that word has many such fonts already installed, and I have downloaded IPA sets from the internet, but the problem is finding a convenient way of using them on MS Word. I have tried something called Tavultesoft Keyman, which allows the symbold to be mapped onto a keyboard, and further allows a visuall keyboard which shows the mapped phonics symbols. Trouble is that the documentation is so poor that I dont know how to do this, or how to find a virsuall keyboard file that will allow KK symbols to be mapped onto the visual keyboard automatically.
Does anyone have any experience with this? Can you give me any advice?