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#1 Pieancho

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Posted 11 November 2007 - 05:33 AM

I have my US computer with the Spanish language and English language turned on. The English uses the normal English strokes to type, however the Spanish has its letters mostly the same with some exceptions. Below is a cheat sheet to type the Spanish letters. I tried to copy and paste my chart that I keep taped to the wall by my desk, but letters didn't space out as I have on my sheet.

Claves Español

|° 1! 2” 3# 4$ 5% 6& 7/ 8( 9) 0= ‘? ¿¡ Backspace
Tab qQ wW eE rR tT yY uU iI oO pP ´¨ +* }]
CapLock aA sS dD fF gG hH jJ kK lL ñÑ {[ Enter
Shift zZ xX cC vV bB nN mM ,; .: -_ Shift
Fn Ctrl Alt Space Bar Alt Ctrl



ñ (tilde) 1. hold control and shift keys
2. press the tilde key
3. press the letter n accents over vowels: é, í, ó, á 1. hold control key
2. press " " marks key
3. press the desired letter (é, í, ó, á) ¿ (leading question mark) 1. hold control and alt keys
2. hold shift key
3. press ? key ¡ (leading exclamation point) 1. hold control and alt keys
2. hold shift key
3. press ! key ü (diéresis) 1. hold control and shift keys
2. hold colon key
3. press u key
Living with one foot one each on side of the border.




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