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How do you add an accent mark?

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Mar 13, 2009

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I'm working in Illustrator and the text I am using requires an accent mark...think at the end of the word touche....it's not a comma or apostrophe it needs to be an accent mark. Is there keystroke combo out there to produce this?

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How do you add an accent mark?

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I'm working in Illustrator and the text I am using requires an accent mark...think at the end of the word touche....it's not a comma or apostrophe it needs to be an accent mark. Is there keystroke combo out there to produce this?

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Option e, then the e. Not sure about other letters.

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Mar 13, 2009

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Genie,

For all keyboard combinations and special characters use the Keyboard viewer on your mac. It can be viewed by clicking the "show input menu in the menu bar" check box in your international system preferences. You will then see a icon for it in the top right of the finder near or beside the clock. Click on that and choose "show keyboard viewer". This will bring up the viewer and you can then use your option, command and control keys in combination with all characters on the keyboard to get lots of good stuff. :-)

Jeff

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If you still don't find what you are looking for, open Glyphs and you will see all available characters in the font you are using.

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New Here ,
Apr 03, 2018

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How REMOVED do you open glyphs and how do you get to your keyboard viewers.  These crowd sourced info spots are the worst.

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Apr 03, 2018

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Seriously?

input menu in the menu bar

You will then see a icon for it in the top right of the finder near or beside the clock. Click on that and choose "show keyboard viewer". This will bring up the viewer and you can then use your option, command and control keys in combination with all characters on the keyboard to get lots of good stuff.

In Illustrator, Window > Type > Glyphs.

Also: Illustrator and most major operating systems have Help menus.

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now this!!! was helpful!  thank you!

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