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Upside Down Question Mark


Question Posted Monday July 2 2012, 1:21 am

Hey everyone! How do you make an upside down question mark? Like this one

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but in just regular text on the computer if you know what I mean? Also can you tell me what does an upsidedown question mark mean?


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sizzlinmandolin answered Monday July 2 2012, 3:58 pm:
The shortcut doesn't work on my computer for some reason so it may not work on yours. It doesn't really matter what type of computer you have, what matters is the program you are typing in. If you are using Microsoft Word, click on "Insert" at the top of the window, then choose "Symbol". The inverted question mark should appear in this menu. You can also create your own shortcut if you want. A shortcut is a combination of keys that you press to get the symbol to appear without having to go to the symbol menu every time. If you aren't using Microsoft Word, I would suggest searching the Internet. "How to make an upside down question mark in [name of the program you're using]". Worst case scenario, just copy and paste from below. In the future, you should try using a search engine to find the answers to these types of questions. Good luck!

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ChaosGirl answered Monday July 2 2012, 8:31 am:
There is a way to make it without changing your computer or language ^^ i have my keyboard language on US and i can make one.. So you just press: ctrl+alt+question mark
I hope that it works for you too (btw i use windows 7 by microsoft so maybe it wont work if you use apple or linux)

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mercury answered Monday July 2 2012, 3:14 am:
Well it's just a question mark and it does not mean anything more than a symbol that indicates that a sentence is actually an interrogative one, and it is placed initially,the thing is that in English it doesn't exist,I don't know why.It's chiefly used in Spanish,hope it helps,as for how to make one,if your keyboard does not have it,then you should get an spanish language one.

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