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The Extended Character Set

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Placing Characters Into Text - Win / Mac

Using these values to conform to the HTML ISO standard:
Accented letters are not recognised by all browsers and not all System Fonts include them - use sparingly.

Find the ISO-Latin-1 numeric entity for the character you want, precede it with an ampersand and hash sign, and follow with a semicolon. r&#233;sum&#233;  [rsum]

•  X = do not use  •  [160] non breaking space

Extended Characters & Values (default Font)

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x
x
x

ƒ




ˆ

Š

Œ
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x
x







˜

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š

œ
x
x
Ÿ
 

















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copyright 1997 Ron F Woolley.  Melbourne Australia.
Entering characters into WINDOWS programs:
To enter the extended characters into text, follow these steps:
1. Note the number at the left of the required character.
2. Place the cursor in the text where the extended character is to appear.
3. Hold the [ALT] key down and, via the Keypad, enter "0" plus the number.
4. Take your finger off the [Alt] key and the character should appear.
  Only use the Keypad
 
Entering characters into Macintosh programs:
Key Caps - the program.
Access KEY CAPS via the Apple Menu. Once opened, select the desired font and then view the character/key combinations by pressing the 'Option' and 'Shift-Option' keys.

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