How to put accent marks ?

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how do i put an accent mark over a vowel while writing spanish in microsoft word?

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updated NOV 7, 2009
edited by 00494d19
posted by gaury

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You could also use this website:

http://www.studyspanish.com/accents/typing.htm#winXP

Hope this helps and happy typing!! smile

updated NOV 7, 2009
posted by Jason7R
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Here is the website I used to install and use the Spanish keyboard for both my Mac and PC! I use Mac at home and PC and work.

http://faculty.weber.edu/tmathews/grammar/Compmark.html

This site explains how to to do everything. I prefer switching between the types of keyboards I use on my computer with just the touch of an icon in your home screen tool bar. It is so much faster than constantly hitting the control and alt keys. As I am a beginner, I feel while using the Spanish keyboard I am enhancing my educational experience in all things Spanish too!

Hope this is helpful!

updated NOV 7, 2009
posted by yogamamaof2
Great idea! Thanks...
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Switch to an IMac, for pity's sake!

As is customary, Apple makes it easy to place accents.

Just hold down the option (alt) key and type "e."

Next, type the vowel you want and voila! Up it pops, accented. (Takes about two seconds.)

updated NOV 7, 2009
posted by 005457e3
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I finally figured out how to do set up my computer in order to do this just last night. If you need further help, I can be of assistance.

updated NOV 7, 2009
posted by aloshek
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Good morning gaury.

If you type the word "accents" into the search box, you will find a huge amount of information as to how to do this. This question has been asked many times. On the threads that come up after you have searched, I am certain that you will find what you want.

Good luck!

updated NOV 7, 2009
posted by 00515f39
buenos días Frances:):)
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HI gaury, good morning and welcome to the forumgrin

Please remember to use correct spelling and capitalization in your posts, we are all learners herewink

We have several threads on this topic, but I think it is very useful to look on the reference page.

updated NOV 7, 2009
posted by 00494d19