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List of symbols and accented characters

The values in the table are the Windows default. However, values in the ANSI character set above 127 are determined by the code page specific to your operating system.

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Click here and read this topic If you are using VBA to convert extended characters in DOS files that show up as gibberish in Word.
Chr(131) is an a with a circumflex
Chr(132) is an a with an umlaut
Chr(133) is an a with an accent grave
See the tables below for all characters:

Character Set (0 – 127)

  0

 

32

[space]

64

@

96

`

1

 

33

!

65

A

97

a

2

 

34

"

66

B

98

b

3

 

35

#

67

C

99

c

4

 

36

$

68

D

100

d

5

 

37

%

69

E

101

e

6

 

38

&

70

F

102

f

7

 

39

'

71

G

103

g

8

* *

40

(

72

H

104

h

9

* *

41

)

73

I

105

i

10

* *

42

*

74

J

106

j

11

 

43

+

75

K

107

k

12

 

44

,

76

L

108

l

13

* *

45

-

77

M

109

m

14

 

46

.

78

N

110

n

15

 

47

/

79

O

111

o

16

 

48

0

80

P

112

p

17

 

49

1

81

Q

113

q

18

 

50

2

82

R

114

r

19

 

51

3

83

S

115

s

20

 

52

4

84

T

116

t

21

 

53

5

85

U

117

u

22

 

54

6

86

V

118

v

23

 

55

7

87

W

119

w

24

 

56

8

88

X

120

x

25

 

57

9

89

Y

121

y

26

 

58

:

90

Z

122

z

27

 

59

;

91

[

123

{

28

 

60

<

92

\

124

|

29

 

61

=

93

]

125

}

30

 

62

>

94

^

126

~

31

 

63

?

95

_

127

&127;

* These characters aren't supported by Microsoft Windows.

* * Values 8, 9, 10, and 13 convert to backspace, tab, linefeed, and carriage return characters, respectively. They have no graphical representation but, depending on the application, can affect the visual display of text.

Character Set (128 – 255)

 128

160

[space]

192

224

129



161

193

225

130

162

194

226

131

ƒ

163

195

227

132

164

196

228

133

165

197

229

134

166

198

230

135

167

199

231

136

ˆ

168

200

232

137

169

201

233

138

Š

170

202

234

139

171

203

235

140

Œ

172

204

236

141



173

205

237

142

Ž

174

206

238

143



175

207

239

144



176

208

240

145

177

209

241

146

178

210

242

147

179

211

243

148

180

212

244

149

181

213

245

150

182

214

246

151

183

215

247

152

˜

184

216

248

153

185

217

249

154

š

186

218

250

155

187

219

251

156

œ

188

220

252

157



189

221

253

158

ž

190

222

254

159

Ÿ

191

223

255

From within MicroSoft Word, you can also use the Insert Symbol command to insert available symbols. To access a different set of symbols, select a different font in the Symbols From box.
If the characters you need do not appear in the Insert Symbol dialog box and if you occasionally need to type foreign words, the following list may help you:

> French Close guillemet {symbol 0187}
A Uppercase A, grave accent {symbol 0192}
a Lowercase A, grave accent {symbol 0224}
A^ Uppercase A, circumflex {symbol 0194}
a^ Lowercase A, circumflex {symbol 0226}
C Uppercase C, cedilla {symbol 0199}
c Lowercase C, cedilla {symbol 0231}
E' Uppercase E, acute accent {symbol 0201}
e' Lowercase E, acute accent {symbol 0233}
E Uppercase E, grave accent {symbol 0200}
e Lowercase E, grave accent {symbol 0232}
E^ Uppercase E, circumflex {symbol 0202}
e^ Lowercase E, circumflex {symbol 0234}
E" Uppercase E, umlaut {symbol 0203}
e" Lowercase E, umlaut {symbol 0235}
I" Uppercase I, umlaut {symbol 0168}
i" Lowercase I, umlaut {symbol 0239}
I^ Uppercase I, circumflex {symbol 0206}
i^ Lowercase I, circumflex {symbol 0238}
O^ Uppercase O, circumflex {symbol 0212}
o^ Lowercase O, circumflex {symbol 0244}
OE Uppercase OE, ligature {symbol 0140}
oe Lowercase OE, ligature {symbol 0156}
U Uppercase U, grave accent {symbol 0217}
u Lowercase U, grave accent {symbol 0249}
U^ Uppercase U, circumflex {symbol 0219}
u^ Uppercase U, circumflex {symbol 0251}
U" Uppercase U, umlaut {symbol 0220}
u" Lowercase U, umlaut {symbol 0252}

By keying the following ASCII values with the ALT key pressed, the corresponding characters will be inserted in your document. Hold down the ALT key, and then, using the numeric keypad (NUM LOCK must be on), type the character code:

ALT 130 = ALT 131 = ALT 129 = ALT 180 = ALT 165 = ALT 225 =
ALT 136 = ALT 132 = ALT 150 = ALT 168 = ALT 164 = ALT 162 =
ALT 137 = ALT 133 = ALT 151 = ALT 161 = ALT 248 = ALT 149 =
ALT 138 = ALT 134 = ? ALT 163 = ALT 141 = ALT 135 = ALT 148 =
ALT 139 = ALT 160 = ? ALT 147 = ALT 140 = ALT 156 = ALT 174/175=

bœuf, œuf, cœur, etc:
ALT + 0156 and ALT + 0140
Œ (Œuf)

—:
ALT + 0150

ALT + 174
ALT + 175
ALT + 0139
ALT + 0155
ALT + 0403
ALT + 0404
ALT + 225
ALT + 0156
ALT + 0140
ALT + 128
ALT + 166
ALT + 167
ALT + 0185
ALT + 253
ALT + 0179
ALT + 171
ALT + 172
ALT + 0190
ALT + 0393

ALT + 0150

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ALT + 0151
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ALT + 0215
ALT + 126
ALT + 241
ALT + 246
ALT + 250
ALT + 0390





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ALT + 134
ALT + 143
ALT + 145
ALT + 146
ALT + 152
ALT + 155
ALT + 157
ALT + 230
ALT + 168
ALT + 173
ALT + 0248
ALT + 0216
ALT + 0169
ALT + 0174
ALT + 0153
ALT + 0222
ALT + 0254
ALT + 0208
ALT + 0240



















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