I don't read Hebrew fluently either, but I have a really cool program called BibleWorks. I just changed the search version in BW to the Hebrew Bible (WTT) and searched on the first two-word string in Jim's footer (~yrps twf[). You can see the keyboard layout in the manual, it's really easy though if you already know the alphabet. Every letter is on the key you would expect it to be on (except ayin, it's on the [ key). Here's what you actually type:
What you actually see is:
Hit enter on this and you get only one hit:
ESV Ecclesiastes 12:12 My son, beware of anything beyond these. Of making many books there is no end, and much study is a weariness of the flesh.
~yrIÜp's. tAf’ rhE+Z"hi ynIåB. hM'heÞme rtEïyOw> WTT Ecclesiastes 12:12
`rf")B' t[;îgIy> hBeÞr>h; gh;l;îw> #qeê !yaeä ‘hBer>h;