In today’s article you’ll learn several methods you can use to type or insert the Letter O with accent mark symbol anywhere on your Windows PC such as MS Word/Excel using either the keyboard or mouse navigation.
With that being said, let’s get started.
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Quick Guide to type the Letter O with Accent
To type the Letter O with an accent mark, first get to know the alt code of the character you want to type (for example, the O with acute “Ó” alt code is 0211), then press down the alt key and type the alt code (e.g. 0211) using the numeric keypad. Now release the Alt key.
As soon as you release the alt key, the O with the Acute accent mark will appear exactly where your insertion point is located
Note: the above quick guide works only in Windows. However, you can use this method anywhere on Windows including Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.
Explore below to learn how to type all the various O with accent marks using their respective alt codes and shortcuts.
How to type the Letter O with Accent marks using Alt Codes
Using the “Alt Codes for Letter O with accent Marks”, you can type any of the “O” accented characters or symbols using your keyboard.
Alt codes are designed for typing symbols that do not have a dedicated key on the keyboard. You do this by pressing down the Alt key whilst you type the symbol’s alt code using the numeric keypad.
Use the button below to copy the Letter O with the caron accent symbol.
However, you should keep reading below if you want to learn how to type this and any other a letter with an accent mark over it.
Alt Codes for Letter O with Accent
The table below shows all the alt codes for each of the “O” with an accent mark – In lowercases and uppercases.
NOTE: You can use these alt codes to type some of the “Letter O with accent marks” anywhere on your Windows PC including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and even on your browser like Google Docs. However, some of the Alt Codes can only be used in MS Word.
|O with Accent||O with Accetn Alt Code||O with Accent Description|
|ó||ALT + 162 or ALT + 0243||small letter o with acute|
|Ó||ALT + 0211||capital letter O with acute|
|ò||ALT + 149 or ALT + 0242||small letter o with grave|
|Ò||ALT + 0210||capital letter O with grave|
|ȯ||ALT + 559||small letter o with dot above|
|Ȯ||ALT + 558||capital letter O with dot above|
|ô||ALT + 147 or ALT + 0244||small letter o with circumflex|
|Ô||ALT + 0212||capital letter O with circumflex|
|ö||ALT + 148 or ALT + 0246||small letter o with diaeresis (umlaut, tréma)|
|Ö||ALT + 153 or ALT + 0214||capital letter O with diaeresis (umlaut, tréma)|
|ǒ||ALT + 466||small letter o with caron|
|Ǒ||ALT + 465||capital letter O with caron|
|ŏ||ALT + 335||small letter o with breve|
|Ŏ||ALT + 334||capital letter O with breve|
|ō||ALT + 333||small letter o with macron|
|Ō||ALT + 332||capital letter O with macron|
|õ||ALT + 0245||small letter o with tilde (virgulilla)|
|Õ||ALT + 0213||capital letter O with tilde (virgulilla)|
|ǫ||ALT + 491||small letter o with ogonek (nosinė)|
|Ǫ||ALT + 490||capital letter O with ogonek (nosinė)|
|ő||ALT + 337||small letter o with double acute|
|Ő||ALT + 336||capital letter O with double acute|
|ố||ALT + 7889||small letter o with circumflex and acute|
|Ố||ALT + 7888||capital letter O with circumflex and acute|
|ồ||ALT + 7891||small letter o with circumflex and grave|
|Ồ||ALT + 7890||capital letter O with circumflex and grave|
|ø||ALT + 0248||small letter o with stroke (slash)|
|Ø||ALT + 0216||capital letter O with stroke (slash)|
|ṓ||ALT + 7763||small letter o with macron and acute|
|Ṓ||ALT + 7762||capital letter O with macron and acute|
|ṑ||ALT + 7761||small letter o with macron and grave|
|Ṑ||ALT + 7760||capital letter O with macron and grave|
|ȱ||ALT + 7757||small letter o with dot above and macron|
|Ȱ||ALT + 7756||capital letter O with dot above and macron|
|ṍ||ALT + 561||small letter o with tilde (virgulilla) and acute|
|Ṍ||ALT + 560||capital letter O with tilde (virgulilla) and acute|
|ȫ||ALT + 555||small letter o with diaeresis (umlaut, tréma) and macron|
|Ȫ||ALT + 554||capital letter O with diaeresis (umlaut, tréma) and macron|
|ỗ||ALT + 7895||small letter o with circumflex and tilde (virgulilla)|
|Ỗ||ALT + 7894||capital letter O with circumflex and tilde (virgulilla)|
|ṏ||ALT + 7759||small letter o with tilde|
|Ṏ||ALT + 7758||capital letter O with tilde (virgulilla)|
|ǿ||ALT + 511||small letter o with stroke and acute|
|Ǿ||ALT + 510||capital letter O with stroke and acute|
|ȭ||ALT + 557||small letter o with tilde (virgulilla) and macron|
|Ȭ||ALT + 556||capital letter O with tilde (virgulilla) and macron|
|ǭ||ALT + 493||small letter o with ogonek (nosinė) and macron|
|Ǭ||ALT + 492||capital letter O with ogonek (nosinė) and macron|
|ỏ||ALT + 7887||small letter o with hook above|
|Ỏ||ALT + 7886||capital letter O with hook above|
|ȍ||ALT + 525||small letter o with double grave|
|Ȍ||ALT + 524||capital letter O with double grave|
|ȏ||ALT + 527||small letter o with inverted breve|
|Ȏ||ALT + 526||capital letter O with inverted breve|
|ơ||ALT + 417||small letter o with horn|
|Ơ||ALT + 416||capital letter O with horn|
|ổ||ALT + 7893||small letter o with circumflex and hook above|
|Ổ||ALT + 7892||capital letter O with circumflex and hook above|
|ọ||ALT + 7885||small letter o with dot below|
|Ọ||ALT + 7884||capital letter O with dot below|
|ớ||ALT + 7899||small letter o with horn and acute|
|Ớ||ALT + 7898||capital letter O with horn and acute|
|ờ||ALT + 7901||small letter o with horn and grave|
|Ờ||ALT + 7900||capital letter O with horn and grave|
|ỡ||ALT + 7905||small letter o with horn and tilde (virgulilla)|
|Ỡ||ALT + 7904||capital letter O with horn and tilde (virgulilla)|
|ộ||ALT + 7897||small letter o with circumflex and dot below|
|Ộ||ALT + 7896||capital letter O with circumflex and dot below|
|ƣ||ALT + 419||small letter oi|
|Ƣ||ALT + 418||capital letter OI|
|ở||ALT + 7903||small letter o with horn and hook above|
|Ở||ALT + 7902||capital letter O with horn and hook above|
|ợ||ALT + 7907||small letter o with horn and dot below|
|Ợ||ALT + 7906||capital letter O with horn and dot below|
|œ||ALT + 0156 or ALT + 339||small ligature oe, ethel (from old english eðel)|
|Œ||ALT + 0140 or ALT + 338||capital ligature OE, ethel (from old english eðel)|
Obey the instructions below to type the “O” letter with any accent markover it on your Windows keyboard using the alt codes in the above table. Let’s illustrate by using capital Letter O with the Umlaut accent alt code (i.e. 153).
- Step 1: Place your insertion pointer where you need to type the Letter O with the accent mark.
- Step 2: Press and hold one of the Alt keys on your keyboard.
- Step 3: Whilst still holding on to the Alt key, using the numeric keypad, type the Letter O with Umlaut accent alt code (148 for lowercase ö and 153 for uppercase Ö). You can refer to the above table for all the various Letter O with accent alt codes.
- Step 4: Release the Alt key after typing the Alt code to immediately insert the symbol.
Note that you must use the numeric keypad to type the alt code. You must also turn on your NumLock key to be able to use the numeric keypad. If you are using a Laptop that does not have the numeric keypad, you can press Fn+NmLk keys simultaneously to turn on the hidden numeric keypad for a laptop with smaller keyboards.
This is how you may use the Alt Code method to type the various “O” with the accent mark using the keyboard.
Read also: How to type S with accents
Copy and Paste Letter O with Accent Mark
Use the following buttons to copy and paste the various s accented letters. After copying, switch over to your document and press Ctrl+V to paste the copied symbol.
Letter O with an acute
The “Letter O with acute” alt code is 0243 for lowercase (ó) and 0211 for uppercase (Ó). To type this, open your text editor like MS Word document, press and hold the Alt key whilst you press the Letter O with acute alt code, then release the alt key.
Letter O with caron accent
The “Letter O with caron accent” alt code is 466 for lowercase (ǒ) and 465 for uppercase (Ǒ). To type this in MS Word, press and hold the Alt key whilst you press the Letter O with the caron accent alt code (i.e. 466 or 465), then release the alt key.
Letter O with two dots above (Umlaut)
The “Letter O umlaut (o with two dots)” alt code is 148 for lowercase (ö) and 153 for uppercase (Ö). To type this character on Windows, press and hold the Alt key whilst you press the O umlaut alt code, then release the alt key.
Letter O with circumflex
The “Letter O with tilde” alt code is 0244 for lowercase (ô) and 0212 for uppercase (Ô). To type this character on Windows, press and hold the Alt key whilst you press the O with circumflex alt code (i.e. 0244 or 0212), then release the alt key.
Letter O with Grave Accent
The “Letter O with grave accent” alt code is 0210 for uppercase (Ò) and 0242 for lowercase (ò). To type this on windows keyboard, press and hold the Alt key whilst you press the Letter O with Grave Accent alt code, then release the alt key.
|Alt 0243||ó||o acute|
|Alt 0244||ô||o circumflex|
|Alt 0245||õ||o tilde|
|Alt 0246||ö||o umlaut|
Accented characters and shortcuts
Example 1: To type the letter ó, hold down the Control key, then press the apostrophe key. Release both keys and type o.
Using Microsoft Word, ø and Ø may be typed by pressing Ctrl-/ followed by either minuscule or majuscule O.How do you type Ø on Windows? ›
Ø = Hold down the Control and Shift keys and type a / (slash), release the keys, hold down the Shift key and type an O.How do you type accents on Alt codes? ›
While pressing down the ALT key, type the four-digit code on the numeric key pad at the right edge of the keyboard. The codes are "case sensitive." For instance, the code for lower-case á is ALT+0225, but capital Á is ALT+0193.What is the o symbol? ›
In Italian, ó is an optional symbol (especially used in dictionaries) sometimes used to indicate that a stressed o should be pronounced with a close sound: córso [ˈkorso], "course", as opposed to còrso [ˈkɔrso], "Corsican" (but both are commonly written with no accent marks when the context is clear).How to do accents on pc? ›
- Hold down your Shift key and press the NumLock key (usually located in the top right corner of the keyboard). ...
- Add the accent by holding down the Alt and Fn (function) keys and then use the secondary numeric keypad to type the numeric sequence code (Alt-code).
The slashed zero glyph is often used to distinguish the digit "zero" ("0") from the Latin script letter "O" anywhere that the distinction needs emphasis, particularly in encoding systems, scientific and engineering applications, computer programming (such as software development), and telecommunications.What is the name for Ø symbol? ›
Though not its native name, among English-speaking typographers the symbol may be called a “slashed o” or “o with stroke”. Although these names suggest it is a ligature or a diacritical variant of the letter o, speakers of languages which use the letter ø hold that it is not.What does Alt O do in Windows? ›
Alt+O is a keyboard shortcut often used to open the Format file menu.
|ISO Latin1 decimal code||ISO Latin 1 character||Description|
|248||ø||Small o, slash|
|249||ù||Small u, grave accent|
|250||ú||Small u, acute accent|
|251||û||Small u, circumflex accent|
ó = Alt + 0243. Ó = Alt + 0211. ú = Alt + 0250.What is the difference between o and o? ›
ò is pronounced [ɔ] ("o aperta"), whereas ó is pronounced [o] ("o chiusa").What language is the o used? ›
Ò, ò (o-grave) is a letter of the Latin script. It is used in Catalan, Emilian-Romagnol, Lombard, Occitan, Kashubian, Sardinian, Scottish Gaelic, Taos, Vietnamese, Haitian Creole, Norwegian and Italian.How do I type a Norwegian o? ›
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