How to Apply an Accent to the Letter E in Microsoft Publisher

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Applying an accent to the letter E in Microsoft Publisher is actually something you do with your keyboard. Apply an accent to the letter E in Microsoft Publisher with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip.

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Hey, my name's Zach. I was in Microsoft Publisher, and I was trying to type the word cafe, and I actually was having trouble putting an accent over the e, but now I know the answer, and I'd like to pass it on to you. So, over here we're just gonna go ahead and insert a text box. Right there, and we're gonna just write cafe. We'll make it a little bit bigger. Okay. Now we're gonna make this e have an accent over it. So I'll delete it, and now I'm gonna go to insert, symbol. Now you can select what font you're in, I'm in Times New Roman, and make sure it says Times New Roman here as well. I can scroll down, and you can already see a capital letter e with an accent over it, but I'm looking for lowercase, and there it is. All I have to do is click that, and hit insert. Hit close, and now I have an accent over my e in Microsoft Publisher. My name's Zach, good luck, and thanks for watching.

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