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Subject:Re: List of characters for ALT key combinations From:"L. H. Garlinghouse" <garlinghou -at- WATERLOOINDUSTRIES -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 7 Apr 1998 15:09:44 -0600
> Does anyone know where I can get a list of the characters for ALT key
> combinations? (I can't remember what they're called)
> EXAMPLE: ALT+156 = u symbol.
> I'd be much obliged! <G>
They are the ASCII characters. I found them in the appendix A on
page 701 of my Word Perfect for DOS 5.1 Reference. I made
photocopies of the pages and laminated them so I can keep them
close at hand.
Scripto, ergo sum.
I write, therefore I am.
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L.H. Garlinghouse, C.Q.E.
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