Again I stand corrected. The code I used was Alt 0232
Example: English alt 0232 = è Czech: č
I§m sorrz (Opps, forgot to switch back to english)
I'm sorry for the confusion.
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In a message dated 8/29/2006 3:30:15 P.M. Mountain Standard Time,
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.
Alt+0230 on my system produced: æ .
This may be because I have the US English International Keyboard.
I did not know that keyboard would also set up its own numeric pad codes.
If I ever figure them out I will advise the list