useful Alt codes

on an American/English keyboard, though not necessarily all American/English keyboards

¡ = Alt + 0161          ¿ = Alt + 0191

Ç = Alt + 0199          ç = Alt + 0231

ß = Alt + 0223          ü = Alt + 0252

Ø = Alt + 0216          ø = Alt + 0248

Å = Alt + 0197          å = Alt + 0229

Æ = Alt + 0198          æ = Alt + 0230

É = Alt + 0201          é = Alt + 0233

à = Alt + 0224          í = Alt + 0237

Ñ = Alt + 0209          ñ = Alt + 0241

° = Alt + 0176          ÷ = Alt + 0247

© = Alt + 0169          ™ = Alt + 0153

Ä = Alt + 0196          ä = Alt + 0228

Ú = Alt + 0218          ú = Alt + 0250

it has been suggested that one should rather go to insert & symbol instead of use the Alt code for these characters so as to increase the chance that it will display correctly on other viewers’ computers, however, I’m usually not up for doing that based mostly on the frequency I use some of these characters, I prefer using Alt codes, for ease & speed

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