Add Spanish Accents in Word 2010
Edited by Thor, Jen M, Eng
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to show you how to add Spanish accents to letters in Microsoft Word 2010, when using an English keyboard. Accents are very important in Spanish. They identify stress on syllables, when they should be emphasized and when the inflection of the voice should be utilized. They help to differentiate between words that are spelt the same but have different meanings. And they are very important when speaking, and equally important when Spanish words are written. Obviously on an English computer, there is no access on the keys. But using hotkey commands, we can add the accents to the letters.
- 1So we're going to press 'Control', 'Apostrophe' and 'A'. You can see that the "A" now has an accent. We can also use 'Control' and 'Apostrophe' with: 'E', 'I', 'O', and 'You'. And as you can see now, we have all of the vowels.So to do this, we're going to use the 'Control' button and the 'Apostrophe' (') button.
- 3It refuses to do it; it doesn't like it. What we need to do is select the letter we want to make bigger or smaller. So press 'Shift', and then use the arrow keys to select the text.To change the casing of the letters, on the keyboard it does not like to change it if you put the keyboard into Caps Lock and then try to add the accents to the "A".
- 6If you have any other questions, or anything you would like to know, please leave those comments in the section below. And you've been watching VisiHow. Goodbye!So this has been a video showing you how to add accents and other unique Spanish grammatical symbols to Word documents when using an English keyboard.
Video: Add Spanish Accents in Word 2010
Categories : Microsoft Suites
Recent edits by: Jen M, Thor