Chapter . Entering Special Characters
Here’s your Romanian lesson for the day. When you’re lost in Bucharest and a kind lady helps you, and you want to thank her, say this:
Pronounced “mool-tzu-MESK,” this is Romanian for “Thank you.”
Now that you’ve broadened your linguistic horizons, I hope you’re wondering how I typed the character that looks like a “t” with a comma under it. You should be wondering, because the presence of this character represents a major revolution in Word. Until Word 2004, this character, and thousands of other characters used in languages around the world, couldn’t be used in Word on Mac OS X.
One of the key features of Mac ...