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Copy and Paste Spanish Letters

Are you looking to copy and paste Spanish characters? These are sometimes referred to as letters, characters, accents, and I can show you how to change your keyboard layout, but for right now.

Spanish Letters on Your Keyboard

Here’s a quick list for you to just select the character and copy it for what you need.

á

é

í

ó

ú

¿

¡

ü

ñ

Spanish Characters: Using the Alt Key + Numeric Pad

You can also use your numeric keypad to type these special characters.

Instructions: (press and hold) ALT and then enter the number

á = 0225
é = 0233
í = 0237
ó = 0243
ú = 0250
ñ = 0241
ü = 0252

¡ = 0161
¿ = 0191

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If you’re going to do a lot of writing in Microsoft Word, you’re probably going to want to add the ability to type in Spanish. What’s cool about this option is that it will fix the accents for you, and you can do spell check. It’s really easy to set up and I wrote a post about it here: “How to add Spanish Spell Check for Word 2011 and Word 2013

 

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2 Comments
  1. I need a lowercase “e” with a long bar accent above it.

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