Spanish special characters

I use a keyboard with numpad to enter the Spanish special characters.

Here’s a quick guide to that.

Alt +130 = é        Alt + 0201 = É
Alt +160 = á        Alt + 0193 = Á
Alt +161 = í          Alt + 0205 = Í
Alt +162 = ó        Alt + 0211 = Ó
Alt +163 = ú        Alt + 0218 = Ú
Alt +164 = ñ        Alt + 0209 = Ñ
Alt +0252 = ü     Alt + 0220 = Ü
Alt +168 = ¿
Alt +173 = ¡

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  1. Karen
    January 29, 2011 at 5:47 am

    If you are using windows o/s it is very easy to select a Spanish keyboard when you want to type in Spanish. You go to Control Panel/international or Languages or something like that and can select additional keyboard layouts. The Spanish one has the main letters in the same place but uses one of the punctuation keys for an accent – type the key first then the letter to be accented. And it has the ñ next to the letter L.

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