The win98 character map I think is the best way But there is also the
two small .clb's that note tab std has part of both below
H="About this library"
^!INFO=This library was written by Jon Aske
H=";Press ESC, and then"
H=";the heading character(s)"
and the html version
"Robert J. Petry, C.L." wrote:
> Thanks Marco,
> Marco Bernardini wrote:
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> > Marco questo messaggio:
> > >Message: 7
> > > Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2000 15:55:10 -0700
> > > From: "Robert J. Petry, C.L." <ambassador@...>
> > >Subject: accented characters
> > >
> > >So, is there a way the program handles this, or is there some way I can
> > program my keyboard to do it, or ????
> > The easiest way is to install multiple keyboards on Window: you see a small
> > icon near the clock telling which one you're using.
> > If you click it you can swap keyboard.
> > To remember where are special accented keys you can paint them on the front
> > of the key: I made this for an Italian friend living in France, and works fine.
> > Of course, if you use a lot of keyboards, you must change paint color!
> > Bye!
> > Marco Bernardini