How to write apostrophe on keyboard
If you mean on an IOS device, wel I'm ahem, can't say that. And whenever VoiceOver announces a character as a single quotation mark, you can treat it as an apostrophe, since in reality they are exactly the same thing in print.
Again, this is completely different from braille.
When you select the option to use smart quotes, you are simply choosing between two different visual styles for quotation marks. Submitted by Fatima. I just googled the single quote and apostrophe, and from my understanding, they looked similar but did have some slight visual difference.
But I appreciate it. If enabled, the computer will substitute the appropriate curly quote whenever you type a double quote, single quote, or apostrophe.
How to type apostrophe on mac keyboard
When you select the option to use smart quotes, you are simply choosing between two different visual styles for quotation marks. So, an opening double quote looks different from a closing double quote, while an opening single quote looks different from a closing single quote, but an apostrophe still looks identical to a closing single quote. Forum Topic - November 11, - Edward Alonzo - 3 comments. I hope this all makes sense. Log in or register to post comments 10 Oh my So I am trying to figure out how to create the apostrophe or ', ' in texts and documents. The "Keyboard Properties" window will then open. So thanks for enlightening me about this. In print, an apostrophe looks identical to a closing single quotation mark. These symbols include the commonly used and [ ]. Which apart from looking crap, doesn't work well with speech synthesisers, or anything else which treats characters as what they were actually typed as, rather than what they might look like. In the days of typewriters, there was no way to type curly quotes.
Log in or register to post comments 4 Maybe disable smart quotes Submitted by Bryan Jones on 12 November, I think you can force the apostrophe key to type a true apostrophe by disabling smart quotes.
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