Tech tip for people who aren't as tech-savvy as me:— Sir Michael (@Michael1979) December 18, 2019
When you press the h button on your keyboard, you get a lower-case h. But what if you want an upper-case h? Easy! Just go to the wikipedia page on horses, copy the upper-case h and paste it into your document. Problem solved 👍 pic.twitter.com/5oMQNXngS0
I do it all the time for foreign accents!ReplyDelete
Pity that other properties such as the font, bolding etc. get carried over too.
Of course, if you are really idle you can copy over half the article as well.
Me too - foreign accents deffo!Delete
I think that's what a lot of the BBC Trending crowd do...
Google 'ASCII table' and download the table. Extract those accents that interest you. One quickly learns é è à Ç ç ¼ ½ ¾ ° ± ÷ etcDelete
Derek and CliveReplyDelete