How to insert/add accent marks in Outlook email body?
Sometimes when you composing an email message, you may need to insert or add accent marks like à or á and so on to your email body. For how to add accent marks in Outlook email body, please follow the above tutorial.
Insert or add accent marks in email body with Outlook Symbol function
Besides the above trick, you can also insert or add accent marks in Outlook email body with its build-in Symbol function.
1. Create a new email message, and click on the email body to activate the Insert tools.
2. Then go to Insert tab, and click Symbol > More Symbols…. See screenshot:
3. In the Symbol dialog, click Symbols tab, then drag the scroll bar to the accent marks you need, and select the accent symbol you would like to use, and then click Insert button to insert it. After finishing inserting, please close the dialog. See screenshot:
Save inserted accent marks as AutoText entries and reuse them easily with double-clicking
After inserting accent marks in your email message, you can save these accent marks as AutoText entries with Kutools for Outlook’s Auto Text utility, and then reuse these accent marks with only double clicking in Outlook message.
1. Select the accent mark you will save as AutoText entry, and click the Add button in the Auto Text pane. See screenshot:
2. In the opening Auto Text dialog box, specify the category you will save the accent mark into, and click the OK button.
Now you have save selected accent mark as an AutoText entry. And you can easily get it in the specified category.
3. Repeat Step 1 and Step 2 to save other accent marks as AutoText entries. From now on, whenever you create/edit an email message, you can easily reuse these accent marks with double clicking them in the Auto Text Pane. See screenshot:
Ctrl+1+: will not give you anything Sherkleton. You didn't mean Ctrl+Shft+: did you? This will only work on letters that use that accent (like u and o). "ctrl+', then press e" will not work in Excel, Elizabeth. try it in Word or Outlook. You may find that it won't work in a font that doesn't have the e' character and may not work in "plain font" situations.