Well, in fairness PBJ, there is a sticky right above this thread that will answer many if not most of your questions. I know it might feel a bit off going back to tutorials when you're already proficient back home but please remember the most important thing about video/picture tutorials: they have arrows pointing at stuff. Trust me, go back to basics and you'll quickly realise very few things actually move between language versions. You just have to rely on visual memory and positions.
Well, for Powerpoint at least. Doooooon't get me started on other office software, or those times the GIMP boots up in Korean...
Another tip I'll add:
Skim read the Korean for this character (ㅡ) at the bottom of a jamo block. It'll look like this (으) or maybe this (프) or perhaps something like this (드). This is your indicator that the word you're looking at is probably English rendered in hangul. The more of that character in a row, the merrier it is! If you cannot read hangul, please consider learning. Basic literacy (excluding euphony, dipthongs that have shifted over time, initial vs midway pronounciation of consonants etc) should take perhaps 2-3 hours to achieve.