Keyboard codes

  anchor 16:00 09 Aug 2006
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Found this useful site with many keyboard codes.

click here

  DieSse 18:00 09 Aug 2006

You can find them in the Character Map, which you can call up at any time. I keep it on the Quick Launch Bar, as it's so useful.

  freaky 18:06 09 Aug 2006

How do you find the Character Map so that you create a shortcut to it ?

  freaky 18:56 09 Aug 2006

Ok found it now, and put it on the Quick Launch Bar. Thanks DieSse.

For those who are interested: -

All programs > Accessories > System Tools >
Character Map.

  SG Atlantis® 18:59 09 Aug 2006

when you find it like that, right click it choose copy.

then right click on the quick launch area choose open folder.

that'll open up the quick launch folder, right click a blank area and choose paste shortcut

  spikeychris 19:13 09 Aug 2006

Right click and create shortcut to desktop?

  Pesala 17:40 10 Aug 2006

Windows character map is a bit out of date now that we are using Unicode fonts. Try Babelmap click here which is free, far more powerful, and also easier to use (due to its large display). Cut and paste multiple characters via the clipboard. Paste characters, hex, or decimal codepoints. Search the font for a character or codepoint, etc.

  Pesala 18:30 10 Aug 2006

The help file for the latest version will be available soon. Meanwhile, you can get up and running by downloading the help file for the previous version from my webspace: click here

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