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Almost all applications support French accents. Guidelines for typing and using accents are given below. In Windows, combinations of the ALT key plus a numeric code from the number keypad can be used to type a non-English character in any Windows application.

Additional options for entering accents in Windows are also listed in the Accents section of this Web site. In order to use these codes you must activate the U. This list is organized by Accent type. For the Template, the symbol “V” means type any vowel.

For these codes, you must make sure you use the Alt key on the right side of the keyboard. Note: that there is no shortcut for the joined O-E. If you wish to simulate a non U. The format is to hold the first two keys down simultaneously, release, then type the vowel you wish to be accented. For the Template, the symbol “V” means any vowel. Release both keys then type lowercase o. Release all both keys then type capital O.

The layout is used in many French speaking countries because it also supports other French characters. See the Keyboards section to learn how to activate them in each platform. If you are developing Web pages with French content, the following information can make sure that the content is properly displayed.

Unicode utf-8 is the preferred encoding for Web sites. However, the following historic encodings may still be encountered. Language Tags allow browsers and other software to process text more efficiently.

They are also important for optimal screen reader accessibility. Use these codes to input accented letters in HTML. The numbers in parentheses are the numeric codes assigned in Unicode encoding. These numbers are also used with the Windows Alt codes listed above. Skip to Content French Almost all applications support French accents. This section presents information specific to French. Skip to toolbar Sites at Penn State.



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