Note: frequently, Czech and Moravian documents may be written in Czech or German while Slovak documents may be written in Slovak or Latin (and sometimes Hungarian).
There are several Czech dictionaries available. Here are a few:
Try this Moravian one
Here are some dictionaries available for Slovak:
A small tourist dictionary. If you have sound support you can hear the words!
The Use of Eastern-European Fonts and their Application in Genealogical Applications. This is the handout from the FEEFHS' Third Annual Convention presentation by CSAGSI Computer Chair and CGSI Computer Consultant Chris Miksanek scheduled to be delivered in June of 1996 in Minneapolis. A more current article by the same author (Chris Mikánek) is "Simplified Czech and Slovak Character Support in Genealogical Applications."
Note: Recent changes on Apple's ftp site appear to have removed the "software" directory. For that reason, requests are redirected to the Yamada Language Center.
Some Apple Fonts can be obtained from me. I have packaged Helvetica, Courier, and the utility POPCHAR. Licensing is not clear so I'm unsure if I have the authority to post these Apple fonts. Anyway, until Apple brings their ftp site back online, you can get some of their official fonts here.
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