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+N N⌥(option) + N, N→ ñ ⌥(option) + N, ⇧(shift)+N → Ñ

To find the other interesting characters:

  1. activate the Keyboard Viewer:

    System Preferences > Language & Text > Input Sources

    turn on Keyboard & Character Viewer

  2. open the Keyboard Viewer, from the Keyboard selector within the menu bar.

⌥(option) + N, N→ ñ N → ñ

⌥(option) + N, ⇧(shift)+N ⇧(shift) + N → Ñ

To find the other interesting characters:

  1. activate the Keyboard Viewer:

    System Preferences > Language & Text > Input Sources

    turn on Keyboard & Character Viewer

  2. open the Keyboard Viewer, from the Keyboard selector within the menu bar.

⌥(option) + N, N → ñ

⌥(option) + N, ⇧(shift) + N → Ñ

To find the other interesting characters:

  1. activate the Keyboard Viewer:

    System Preferences > Language & Text > Input Sources

    turn on Keyboard & Character Viewer

  2. open the Keyboard Viewer, from the Keyboard selector within the menu bar.

Note : this is not a shortcut specific to LibreOffice, you can use it within the Finder anf within any application.

⌥(option) + N, N → ñ

⌥(option) + N, ⇧(shift) + N → Ñ

To find the other interesting characters:

  1. activate the Keyboard Viewer:

    System Preferences > Language & Text > Input Sources

    turn on Keyboard & Character Viewer

  2. open the Keyboard Viewer, from the Keyboard selector within the menu bar.bar,

  3. press the ⌥(option) key (or any other keyboard modifier) to discover which character on the keyboard may give you access to language specific characters (ex. : ⌥ + N → ã, ñ, õ, Ã, Ñ, Õ).

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Note : this is not a shortcut specific to LibreOffice, you can use it within the Finder anf within any application.