Insert diacritical marks Word Shortcuts


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Inserting diacritical marks

If you type words from other languages, or English words derived from other languages, you'll need to use accent marks. There's a few different ways to make them appear. I'll start right here after the word New. Some words like the word cafe, as soon as I hit the Spacebar, will auto-correct and add the accent automatically. The second way to enter a diacritical is to use the symbols. I'm going to go ahead and erase the e that's in this occurrence of Cafe down here. Go up to the Insert tab, and choose Symbol on the far right.

Drop down where it says More Symbols. When you scroll up and down on the letters that show, you'll find both capital and lowercase letters with a whole series of different diacriticals. You can find the one that you want and double-click on it, and then I'll click Close. Now, we have Cafe with an accent. Now, easier than that is doing it from the keyboard once you have the keyboard commands memorized. Let's take a look at a ...

Inserting diacritical marks
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Inserting diacritical marks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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