Re: accenting letters


Although all who have mentioned that accented characters are indeed separate characters with separate character codes, and that these can be inserted using the ALT+ unicode method, there are programs, MS-Word being one, where you can get these by entering "the accent mark sequence," usually CTRL+ the accent mark you want, BEFORE typing the character upon which you want that accent placed.


Keyboard shortcuts to add language accent marks in Word

or any of a number of the tutorials returned by: 

Word processors (and, maybe, office suite programs in general) make this somewhat easier via "accent followed by character" technique than many other types of programs do, and where the ALT+ unicode is required.


Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042  

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