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Inserting Special Characters

Special support has been added to UltraEdit to allow characters not supported on American keyboards to be easily inserted. These are as follows:

 

Ctrl+Shift+a

Inserts ä character

Ctrl+Shift+A

Inserts Ä character (Caps Lock on)

Ctrl+Shift+o

Inserts ö character

Ctrl+Shift+O

Inserts Ö character (Caps Lock on)

Ctrl+Shift+u

Inserts ü character

Ctrl+Shift+U

Inserts Ü character (Caps Lock on)

Ctrl+Shift+s

Inserts ß character

Ctrl+Shift+S

Inserts ß character (Caps Lock on)

 

It is also possible to insert any character listed in the ASCII Table in the View menu by holding down the ALT key while typing in the four digit decimal value of the character on the numeric keypad. For example, " ¿" may be inserted by holding down the ALT key while typing "0191" and " Æ" may be inserted by holding down the ALT key while typing "0198".  

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