5/5 (1 votes)
|Releases: Aug 03, 2003|
|Developer: Overtech Technologies|
Want to insert an accented letter or a math symbol such as pi into a paper you're writing or program you're using? You can use the clunky character map or... you can use OT Accents! You want pi? Type in N, it looks like pi - and BAM! Click the pi symbol! Now you can paste it anywhere you want! Want an accented a? Then type the letter a and BAM! Click the accented a that you want! It's easy to use and will work with most Windows programs! A MUST HAVE IF YOU MUST USE THESE SYMBOLS OFTEN!
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