Accent marks and Diacriticals

For some people, Ctrl+’ E is enough to get them through 4 years of Spanish (it’s the shortcut for é in Microsoft Word). For those of you with more… exotic… accent mark needs, here’s a website on how to write all the funny squiggly things in the universe. There are even charts with accents used in specific languages. Get to memorizing, or just bookmark the site and copy and paste as needed.

In other news, does anyone other than me remember making the ô¿ô face in AOL chatrooms?

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