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From: Lynn <>
Subject: Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Character Map
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2006 14:21:56 -0700
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I think I solved the problem and wanted to share it with the
list. I use Windows XP.

I went to the Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > Language >
Details and added the Czech language bar.

I tested in Notepad for č. The language bar is in English mode, the
Alt+0230 became è. I switched to the CZ mode, repeated the same step and
got č, which is what I was looking for. --- Interesting.

Lynn
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Michael Dellger wrote:

> Hi Everyone, I am running Windows XP. I have made a chart that I tape
> to my monitor according to the vowels and some other symbols.
> However, I do not need to add the zero in front of the ALT code. I'm
> enclosing it here. Using alt and three digits may make it easier. I
> did not group the vowels. If it works for you, great. If not, sorry.
> Thank you all for the great Bohemian history. My ancestors were
> Theyerls from the "grenze" area of Hurz (Zhorec), Welperschitz
> (Erpuzice), and Lomnicka. If that rings a bell, please let me know.
>
> Michael Dellger Press Alt and 127 = ¦; 128 = Ç; 129 = ü; 130 = é; 131
> =â; 132 = ä; 133 = à; 134 = å; 135 = ç; 136 = ê; 137 = ë;
>
> 138 = è; 139 =ï; 140 = î; 141 = ì; 142 = Ä; 143 = Å; 144 = É; 145 =
> æ; 146 = Æ; 147 = ô;
>
> 148= ö; 149 = ò; 150 = û; 151 = ù; 152 = ÿ; 153 =Ö; 154 = Ü; 155 = ¢;
> 156 = £; 157 = ¥;
>
> 158 = P; 159 = ƒ; 160 = á; 161 = í; 162 = ó; 163 = ú; 164 = ñ; 165 =
> Ñ; 166 = ª; 167 = º; 168 = ¿
>
> 169 = ¬; 170 = ¬; 171 = ½; 172 = ¼; 173 = ¡; 174 = «; 175 = »; 225 =
> ß; 480 = a; 481 = ß;
>
> 483 = p; 484 = S; 485 = s; 486 = µ; 487 = t; 488 = F; 489 = T; 490 =
> O; 491 = d; 497 = ±; ----- Original Message ----- From: "Aida Kraus"
> <> To: <> Sent:
> Tuesday, August 29, 2006 1:00 PM Subject: Fw: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN]
> Euorpean language-writing software
>
>
>>
>> Karen and other Czech letter users:
>>
>> Yes there are a lot of letters with the hacek over the like c C R
>> r Ž ž N n Š š --- and I hope that they reproduce as I am
>> pressing Format - encoding - user defined before I send. The other
>> option is to type your letter in the language of your choice in
>> Word. There go to the title bar, choose "insert" from there select
>> "Symbol"chart and you have the whole shebang available to insert
>> into your text. Or you can remember the code and type it. If you
>> do it often enough you will remember it, as I do. Aida
>>
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