Special ALT Characters§
If any characters do not appear correctly, view a graphic image of this table.

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Character ALT Code*   Character ALT Code*   Character ALT Code*   Character ALT Code*   Character ALT Code*
Alt 1  AAlt 65  üAlt 129  Alt 197  ˆAlt 0136
Alt 2  BAlt 66  éAlt 130  Alt 198  Alt 0137
Alt 3  CAlt 67  âAlt 131  Alt 199  ŠAlt 0138
Alt 4  DAlt 68  äAlt 132  Alt 200  Alt 0139
Alt 5  EAlt 69  àAlt 133  Alt 201  ŒAlt 0140
Alt 6  FAlt 70  åAlt 134  Alt 202  Alt 0141
Alt 7  GAlt 71  çAlt 135  Alt 203  ŽAlt 0142
Alt 8  HAlt 72  êAlt 136  Alt 204  Alt 0145
Alt 9  IAlt 73  ëAlt 137  Alt 205  Alt 0146
Alt 10  JAlt 74  èAlt 138  Alt 206  Alt 0147
Alt 11  KAlt 75  ïAlt 139  Alt 207  Alt 0148
Alt 12  LAlt 76  îAlt 140  Alt 208  Alt 0150
Alt 13  MAlt 77  ìAlt 141  Alt 209  Alt 0151
Alt 14  NAlt 78  æAlt 145  Alt 210  ˜Alt 0152
Alt 15  OAlt 79  ÆAlt 146  Alt 211  Alt 0153
Alt 16  PAlt 80  ôAlt 147  Alt 212  šAlt 0154
Alt 17  QAlt 81  öAlt 148  Alt 213  Alt 0155
Alt 18  RAlt 82  òAlt 149  Alt 214  œAlt 0156
Alt 19  SAlt 83  ûAlt 150  Alt 215  žAlt 0158
Alt 20  TAlt 84  ùAlt 151  Alt 216  ŸAlt 0159
§Alt 21  UAlt 85  ÿAlt 152  Alt 217  ¤Alt 0164
Alt 22  VAlt 86  ¢Alt 155  Alt 218  ¦Alt 0166
Alt 23  WAlt 87  £Alt 156  Alt 219  ¨Alt 0168
Alt 24  XAlt 88  ¥Alt 157  Alt 220  ©Alt 0169
Alt 25  YAlt 89  Alt 158  Alt 221  ®Alt 0174
Alt 26  ZAlt 90  ƒAlt 159  Alt 222  ¯Alt 0175
Alt 27  [Alt 91  áAlt 160  Alt 223  ³Alt 0179
Alt 28  \Alt 92  íAlt 161  αAlt 224  ´Alt 0180
Alt 29  ]Alt 93  óAlt 162  ßAlt 225  ¸Alt 0184
Alt 30  ^Alt 94  úAlt 163  ΓAlt 226  UAlt 0185
Alt 31  _Alt 95  ñAlt 164  πAlt 227  ¾Alt 0190
 Alt 32  `Alt 96  ÑAlt 165  ΣAlt 228  ÀAlt 0192
!Alt 33  aAlt 97  ªAlt 166  σAlt 229  ÁAlt 0193
"Alt 34  bAlt 98  ºAlt 167  µAlt 230  ÂAlt 0194
#Alt 35  cAlt 99  ¿Alt 168  τAlt 231  ÃAlt 0195
$Alt 36  dAlt 100  Alt 169  ΦAlt 232  ÄAlt 0196
%Alt 37  eAlt 101  ¬Alt 170  ΘAlt 233  ÅAlt 0197
&Alt 38  fAlt 102  ½Alt 171  ΩAlt 234  ÈAlt 0200
'Alt 39  gAlt 103  ¼Alt 172  δAlt 235  ÉAlt 0201
(Alt 40  hAlt 104  ¡Alt 173  Alt 236  ÊAlt 0202
)Alt 41  iAlt 105  «Alt 174  φAlt 237  ËAlt 0203
*Alt 42  jAlt 106  »Alt 175  εAlt 238  ÌAlt 0204
+Alt 43  kAlt 107  Alt 176  Alt 239  ÍAlt 0205
,Alt 44  lAlt 108  Alt 177  Alt 240  ÎAlt 0206
-Alt 45  mAlt 109  Alt 178  ±Alt 241  ÏAlt 0207
.Alt 46  nAlt 110  Alt 179  Alt 242  ÐAlt 0208
/Alt 47  oAlt 111  Alt 180  Alt 243  ÒAlt 0210
0Alt 48  pAlt 112  Alt 181  Alt 244  ÓAlt 0211
1Alt 49  qAlt 113  Alt 182  Alt 245  ÔAlt 0212
2Alt 50  rAlt 114  Alt 183  ÷Alt 246  ÕAlt 0213
3Alt 51  sAlt 115  Alt 184  Alt 247  ÖAlt 0214
4Alt 52  tAlt 116  Alt 185  °Alt 248  ×Alt 0215
5Alt 53  uAlt 117  Alt 186  Alt 249  ØAlt 0216
6Alt 54  vAlt 118  Alt 187  ·Alt 250  ÙAlt 0217
7Alt 55  wAlt 119  Alt 188  Alt 251  ÚAlt 0218
8Alt 56  xAlt 120  Alt 189  Alt 252  ÛAlt 0219
9Alt 57  yAlt 121  Alt 190  ²Alt 253  ÜAlt 0220
:Alt 58  zAlt 122  Alt 191  Alt 254  ÝAlt 0221
;Alt 59  {Alt 123  Alt 192  Alt 0128  ÞAlt 0222
<Alt 60  |Alt 124  Alt 193  Alt 0132  ãAlt 0227
=Alt 61  }Alt 125  Alt 194  Alt 0133  ðAlt 0240
>Alt 62  ~Alt 126  Alt 195  Alt 0134  ýAlt 0253
?Alt 63  Alt 127  Alt 196  Alt 0135  þAlt 0254
@Alt 64  ÇAlt 128            

§To obtain an ALT Character:

  1. Make certain that the Num Lock key has been pressed to activate the numeric key section of the keyboard.
  2. Depress the Alt key.
  3. While the Alt key is depressed, type the proper sequence of numbers (on the numeric keypad) of the ALT code from the table above.
  4. Release the Alt key, and the character will appear.

Some browsers do not recognize all of the ALT Characters.  Since each of the characters in the table above is virtually unique, seeing multiple cells of the same character most likely indicates that your browser does not recognize the codes of some of the characters.  Therefore, it does not know what those characters should  look like, and it inserts its own character each time.  If this is the case for you, then view a graphic image of how the table should look.

*There are some gaps in the numerical sequence of ALT Character codes because either those items do not exist, or else they are duplicates of characters listed elsewhere.  Many Special ALT Characters, Special HTML Characters, and Special <Font Face="Symbol"> Characters are the same.

Some word processing programs and browsers will not recognize all Alt characters.

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