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Typing Accents for French Class in Microsoft Word é (e accent aigu) control + ', the e by itself à (a accent grave) control + `, the a è (e accent grave) control + `, the e ô (o accent circonflexe) control + shift + 6, the o â (a accent circonflexe) control + shift + 6, the a î (i accent circonflexe) control + shift + 6, the i ï (i tréma) control + colon (:), then i ë (e tréma) control + colon (:), then e ç (c cédille) control = comma (,), then c...

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    Typing Accents for French Class in Microsoft Word

    é (e accent aigu) control + ', the e by itself

    à (a accent grave) control + `, the a

    è (e accent grave) control + `, the e

    ô (o accent circonflexe) control + shift + 6, the o
    â (a accent circonflexe) control + shift + 6, the a

    î (i accent circonflexe) control + shift + 6, the i
    ï (i tréma) control + colon (:), then i

    ë (e tréma) control + colon (:), then e

    ç (c cédille) control = comma (,), then c


    Dave Hamer Guest

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    Dave.. that's quite handy to have, for when I have to use the English keyboard.

    But when I'm home (like on the laptop as I am now), Windows XP is configured with a French Canadian keyboard (with all accented letters available).

    Chuck, take a note at this, it could become handy :)

    Thanks again Dave!

    Ray
    Raymond Robillard Guest

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    Raymond

    It's what we use at work for the odd time that we have to contact our
    counterparts in D'Ottawa or Quebec and we want to show that we are at
    least trying to communicate rather than always pleading ignorance. If we
    have to do major work in French, then we send it out for proper
    translation. We have a few staff that earn a bilingual bonus that help
    us out when they are available as well.

    Dave

    Dave Hamer Guest

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    You traveled a lot around our country, Dave! I grew up in the Laurentians
    (Sainte-Anne des Plaines, near Saint-Jérôme) myself! The world is such a
    small place.

    Ray


    Ray Guest

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    Hmm, a bilingual bonus.... sounds good. Where can I get this? I 'm speaking four languages, so I suppose with a quadrolingual bonus I won't have to work any more.

    This forum is so helpful. ;-)

    Leen
    Leen Koper Guest

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    Dave
    > Although I was born in Verdun, I don't speak French.
    I was born in NDG and partially grew up in Verdun. I lived on I lived on
    Avenue Godin almost where Riverview and Monteith join it. I went to
    Riverview School is there any chance we were alumni.

    Grant





    Grant Dixon Guest

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    Thanks Bob :)

    I realize this forum is full of people with knowledge of foreign languages!



    Ray Guest

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    Grant

    We moved to Ontario when I was only 6 months old, so I never attended
    school in Quebec. The first school was on Sydenham Street in Kingston. I
    missed a lot of school that year having contracted Polio in 1951. We
    then moved and I attended Kingscourt School followed by Queen Elizabeth
    CVI before moving to Toronto where I attended George Brown College in
    1962/64.

    Dave

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    Leen

    The Canadian Federal Government pays its employees a bilingual bonus if
    they are able to be tested as fluent in both of the official languages (
    English and French ).

    Dave

    Dave Hamer Guest

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    Dave Hamer
    >having contracted Polio in 1951. We
    I contracted Legg Perthes in 1952, similar symptoms, similar results but
    different treatment.
    > I attended George Brown College in 1962/64.
    So did I, on my way to master a trade. So we are alumni.

    Grant


    Grant Dixon Guest

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