How to Put a Dot Above a Letter in Word - Steve McDonnell

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The Unicode character code set defines a series of codes that enable you to combine diacritical marks, for example to type a letter and then put a dot over the letter. The code to place a dot above a letter is "0307." To put a dot over a letter in Word, type the letter, type "0307" and press "Alt-X" to invoke the diacritical combination.

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