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I can't write umlaut on my laptop hp ..help meeeeeeeeeeeee..if can explain it in italian it would be better.. thanx

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  • giulyrw Mar 10, 2009

    on vista it doesn't work with alt... i changed the setting of another language and now if i use ctrl+1 my keyboard turns into the german one and if i type ctrl 2 it turn back into italian one..it's great..thanx at same! ^_^

  • fyrcraka Apr 14, 2009

    I am on Vista, working in Open Office. I need to use an Umlaut. How can I? I have a microsoft keyboard, I am on Windows. Please help.

  • scott741
    scott741 Sep 26, 2012

    You have to use the numeric keypad, not the numbers along the top row. Make sure the num lock is on.

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There are different ways to do different characters on different computer keyboard configurations......here is the long way

you will type in the code next to the letter to get the desired effect

a umlaut Alt 0228
e umlaut Alt 0235
i umlaut Alt 0239
o umlaut Alt 0426
u umlaut Alt 0252
y umlaut Alt 0255

HOLD ALT WHILE TYPING THE NUMBER SEQUENCE!!

gOOd LucK!!!!

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