How to type foreign symbols

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How to type foreign symbols To get foreign symbols in Windows applications, you can always pull down the "Insert" menu. However the best way to type foreign symbols such as accents, ñ, ¡, ¿, is changing your keyboard setting to United States International. The default or "native" setting is probably English United States (also called United States 101 on older computers), but it can be reset to United States International as explained after the following steps. Windows XP (1) Open Regional and Language Options in Control Panel: to do this, click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click Regional and Language Options. (2) On the Languages tab, under Text services and input languages, click Details. (3) Under Installed services, first check (scroll down) to see if U.S. International is already available for active use under "Keyboard." If it is, then skip to step 5. If it isn't, click Add. (4) Click on keyboard layout (Input Method Editor, IME), then pull down the menu (click
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