Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Entering Symbols and Foreign Characters
the first letter of articles (the, a, an), coordinate conjunctions (and, or, for,
nor), and prepositions unless they’re the first or last word in the title.
tOGGLE cASE: Choose this option if you accidentally enter letters with
the Caps Lock key pressed.
You can also change case by pressing Shift+F3. Pressing this key
combination in Word and PowerPoint changes characters to uppercase, lowercase,
each word capitalized, and back to uppercase again.
Entering Symbols and Foreign Characters
Don’t panic if you need to enter an umlaut, grave accent, or cedilla because
you can do it by way of the Symbol dialog box, as shown in Figure 2-6. You
can enter just about any symbol and foreign character by way of this dialog
box. Click where you want to enter a symbol or foreign character and follow
these steps to enter it:
Figure 2-6:
To enter
a symbol
or foreign
select it
and click
the Insert
1. On the Insert tab, click the Symbol button. (You may have to click the
Symbols button first, depending on the size of your screen.)
In Word, Outlook, and Publisher, click More Symbols after you click the
Symbol button if no symbol on the drop-down list does the job for you.
You see the Symbol dialog box (refer to Figure 2-6).
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