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Go to your computer's Control Panel, click on Keyboard Settings, and add a Spanish language keyboard. That way, you can switch between English and Spanish keyboards. When you're in Spanish mode, you can type accents by typing ' + the letter. So í would be ' + i.

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Go to your computer's Control Panel, click on Keyboard Settings, and add a Spanish language keyboard. That way, you can switch between English and Spanish keyboards. When you're in Spanish mode, you can type accents by typing ' + the letter. So É would be ' + E.

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Go to your computer's Control Panel, click on Keyboard Settings, and add a Spanish language keyboard. That way, you can switch between English and Spanish keyboards. When you're in Spanish mode, you can type accents by typing ' + the letter. So Á would be ' + A.

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Go to your computer's Control Panel, click on Keyboard Settings, and add a Spanish language keyboard. That way, you can switch between English and Spanish keyboards. When you're in Spanish mode, you can type accents by typing ' + the letter. So é would be ' + e

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If you don't want to use a Spanish keyboard on the Windows Control Panel Settings or use alt codes, go to your Start Menu's Accessories and click on Character Map and there are all your accented letters.

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If you don't want to use a Spanish keyboard on the Windows Control Panel Settings or use alt codes, you can make a Word document and fill it with Spanish Language characters you find online and copy and paste from that.

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Windows and Mac ALT codes for typing with Spanish language characters.

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Go to your computer's Control Panel, click on Keyboard Settings, and add a Spanish language keyboard. That way, you can switch between English and Spanish keyboards. When you're in Spanish mode, you can type accents by typing ' + the letter. So é would be ' + e. Ñ would be ~ + N.

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Ways to change your computer settings to type in Spanish.

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Here is StudySpanish's guide to typing in Spanish on your computer.

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