Scrivener Tip 002

Scrivener Tip 002

The Microsoft guy in me is used to ALT codes in Word for getting certain symbols, like the ¢ sign, the © symbol, and a host of others. The other half of the problem here is that I should know the codes for using accent marks because I studied Spanish for several years in high school and college.  Thankfully though, I didn’t have to remember where to get them, because Scrivener has the character map functions under the Edit menu:

 

My only nit here is that the character map window itself is not resizable for these aging eyes, but there it was, the cap E with the accent grave right in the middle:

 

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