Posted by **SraJMcGin** on Monday, January 22, 2007 at 2:34pm.

Make sure your NUM LOCK (top right side of keyboard) is on; then, hold down the ALT key on the bottom left side of your keyboard and press the corresponding numbers (given below) on your number pad at the same time:

ACCENTS 7 CORRESPONDING NUMBERS TO HOLD DOWN:

à = 133

â = 131

ä = 132

á = 169

é = 130

è = 138

ê = 136

ë = 137

ï = 139

î = 140

ì = 141

í = 161

ô = 147

ö = 148

ó = 162

ò = 149

û = 150

ù = 151

ú = 163

ü = 129

~ = 126

ñ = 164

¡ = 173

¿ = 168

ç = 135

oe = 0156

Suggestion: create some stickers and place them around your screen so you have your codes at all times.

Windows, IBM compatible

á = alt + 0255

é = alt + 0233

í = alt + 0237

ú = alt + p250

ñ = alt + 0241

¡ = alt + 0161

¿ = alt + 0191

ó = alt + 0243

I hope that will cover it!

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