Question by  FightingFishFriend (19)

How do I do an upside down e in Microsoft works?

I need help in Microsoft works.


Answer by  phoenix85 (366)

The upside down e is called a schwa. You can create one in Microsoft works by holding down the Alt key and typing on your numerical pad the numbers 0399 at the same time. Alt+0399.


Answer by  Mark94 (127)

To enter unicode characters in microsoft products, you can typically enter the hex value for the character and then press alt-x. To create the schwa or upside down e (Ə). Type 018F and then hit Alt-X.


Answer by  IAB (141)

First off that upside down e is called a schwa, and to make it you press and hold down the alt key while typing 0399 on the number pad, it must be done on the number pad or it will not work. The combination of keys can also be referred to as Alt+0399.


Answer by  BigD103 (548)

You can copy and paste this " ə " or you can go into you charature map and select it from there.


Answer by  DreamScaper (354)

Go to start, all programs, accessories, system tools, and character map. Change the font to the font you are using and find the symbol you want to use. click it, then ctrl-c and ctrl-v into your document. If the symbol doesn't exist in that font change fonts to find it and change back to your normal font.


Answer by  depika3 (156)

Microsoft office software is available in microsoft company and this ms office software used to full office work and calculating purpose and free hand moving process. This microsoft work is design of printing paper and slide show paper.


Answer by  vijayparttimejob (2254)

folow this below steps , you should get upside down e: step1:Go to start and then select programs. step2:then go to accessories, system tools and then character map. step3: find the schwa (the upside down e) step4:select it, copy it, and paste it. You get this: Ә. do this

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