From: Carl W. Conrad (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Feb 10 2001 - 11:14:18 EST
At 10:12 AM -0500 2/10/01, Kevin W. Woodruff wrote:
>You can use your Character Map to find these characters. It is a feature
>that come with all Windows operating systems. It is located in your
>"Accessories " folder.
>Gp to your "Start" button. click "Programs" and then choose "Accessories"
>folder. In your Accessories folder will be your program "Character Map."
>Use your Character Map to see what keystrokes you need to hit to get the
>correct character that you need.
For Macintosh users, the comparable item is the KeyCaps accessory in the
Apple Menu; the problem, however, and I don't know whether this is true
with the corresponding "Character Map" in Windows (but it wouldn't surprise
me) is that when you need to use two keys in succession to do
accent/breathing-mark over a vowel, the KeyCaps accessory won't show you
that; it will only show you what character will be produced by each
Carl W. Conrad
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