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how to find spanish n in special characters

asked 2021-04-12 05:24:35 +0200

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Also need to add Spanish vowels and punctuation in favorite special characters

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answered 2021-04-12 11:30:16 +0200

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updated 2021-04-12 12:26:31 +0200

Hello,

If you mean ñ, type U+f1 followed by ALT+X (i.e U+f1ALT+X key sequence). Check Insert -> Special Characters.. to find out the unicode (see Hexadecimal on the right side of the dialog) for a special character, type TILDE into "Search:* field and type ENTER

If you want to add to Favorite Characters list

  • select the character (click the symbol)
  • click button `Add to Favorites* on the the right side.

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Ref. LibreOffice Help - General Shortcut Keys in LibreOffice - Entering Unicode Characters

Hope that helps.

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answered 2021-04-12 07:23:53 +0200

The easiest is to change the keyboard layout I guess. Or insert special characters.

For some hints (both solutions), see: How to Type Spanish Accents and Letters.

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answered 2021-04-13 01:17:07 +0200

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If your texts are using a limited set of special characters again an again and have a header anyway, I would suggest, you insert a frame into the header (footer) to support your memory concerning the respective codeplaces of Unicode and presenting the characters for Copy/PasteSpecial as well.
There is an example demonstrating the suggestion:
C:\fakepath\ask303574relatedSpecialCharactersFrameWithoutMacro.odt
There si also an example with additional automation by custom code, but the use-case for event-called code needed here isn't exatly simple (on my level of understanding) and is rather raw in additition. There may be issues:
C:\fakepath\ask303574relatedSpecialCharactersFrameWithDocMacroExperimental.odt

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