Originally Posted by simonwebb74, post: 46986
May I complement you sir on a very thorough answer - I never knew any of that - ta :D
An alternative to holding down the ALT key and typing numbers is to have alternate keyboards available on your desk top. For example, I have US English, UK English and German (Umlauts) available. You can set up the additional keyboard by going into control panel on a PC. I don't know how it works on a MAC though.
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Claire, try holding down the button between control and the Apple key for Alt.Originally Posted by Claire, post: 47125
Or, just discovered, go to Edit, click on Special Characters, and everything is listed there, accents, brackets, upside down question marks for Spanish, etc.
Originally Posted by britchick, post: 47244
Can't do cat, but how about a 8
In Word change the font to Wingding, then type " for "