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Writing in spanish giving you a hard time?
These are the characters mostly used in spanish writing and the codes to get them. Press ALT (keep it pressed) and the number shown on the keypad (the section that looks like a calculator) with NUM LOCK on, when you release the ALT key the character should appear.
|ALT +||ALT +|
|160 =||á||129 =||ü|
|130 =||é||164 =||ñ|
|161 =||í||165 =||Ñ|
|162 =||ó||168 =||¿|
|163 =||ú||173 =||¡|
|0193 =||Á||0201 =||É|
|0205 =||Í||0211 =||Ó|
|0218 =||Ú||0220 =||Ü|
Note: these ASCII codes
are for the most common
Windows fonts (Arial, Times New Roman, Verdana, Courier new)
Other fonts may not have the characters or codes.
|Ctrl +||vowel||accented vowel||Ctrl + , a = á|
|Ctrl +||Capital vowel||accented Capital vowel||Ctrl + , E = É|
|Ctrl +||letter n or N||n with tilde||
Ctrl + ,
n = ñ
|Ctrl +||vowel||vowel with dieresis||Ctrl + ,
u = ü
Ctrl + , e = ë