Posts tagged ‘alt key’

June 5, 2010

Windows – Alt Key Numeric Codes – 5: Punctuation and Special Marks

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Alt-Key Numeric Codes of Punctuations and Special Marks

Microsoft Windows assigns a Unique numeric code to each accented letters, foreign characters and special mathematical symbols. The shortcut to manually insert these letters and symbols is ALT key input on Keyboard and calling the specific numeric code assigned to them.

Here is a list of common Punctuation and Special Marks,

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June 4, 2010

Windows – Alt Key Numeric Codes – 4: Math Symbols and Fractions

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Alt-Key Numeric Codes of Math Symbols and Fractions

Microsoft Windows assigns a Unique numeric code to each accented letters, foreign characters and special mathematical symbols. The shortcut to manually insert these letters and symbols is ALT key input on Keyboard and calling the specific numeric code assigned to them.

Here is a list of common Math Symbols and Fractions,

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June 3, 2010

Windows – Alt Key Numeric Codes – 3: Currency Symbols

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Alt-Key Numeric Codes of Currency Symbols

Microsoft Windows assigns a Unique numeric code to each accented letters, foreign characters and special mathematical symbols. The shortcut to manually insert these letters and symbols is ALT key input on Keyboard and calling the specific numeric code assigned to them.

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June 2, 2010

Windows – Alt Key Numeric Codes – 2: Other Foreign Characters

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Alt-Key Numeric Codes of Other Foreign Characters

Microsoft Windows assigns a Unique numeric code to each accented letters, foreign characters and special mathematical symbols. The shortcut to manually insert these letters and symbols is ALT key input on Keyboard and calling the specific numeric code assigned to them.

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June 1, 2010

Windows – Alt Key Numeric Codes – 1: Letters with Accents

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Alt-Key Numeric Codes of  Letters with Accents

Microsoft Windows assigns a Unique numeric code to each accented letters, foreign characters and special mathematical symbols. The shortcut to manually insert  these letters and symbols is ALT key input on Keyboard and calling the specific numeric code assigned to them.

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