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How do you use Spanish character set to respond?

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  1. espinozagabe
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    I don't think you were clear enough on your question. I'm having a hard time understanding what you mean By "Spanish Character Set."

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  2. El_Guero_Loco
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    I assume you're talking about using spanish accents and characters. All you have to do is install a secondary keyboard in Windows. Use the following link to see how to install it: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306560 The only difference that I suggest is instead of installing the United State - International keyboard, you install the Spanish (Mexico) or choose another Spanish-speaking country. Hope this helps.

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    Ohh I see what you mean now. You mean a spanish keyboard? Well I have one somewhere in my house, but I got it in Mexico so I don't know where you can get one. Or wait do you mean the software?

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    great!

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  5. landonsanders
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    use a "virtual keyboard". find one at yahoo!

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    you could use some ASCII codes, hitting ALT + # (thats a number for a specific character) for example : ALT + 160 = á ALT + 161 = í and so on , you just do some google , it may only work with a numeric keypad though

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