All these characters exist in Windows-1252 encoding, however, most punctuation characters (except non-breaking space and soft hyphen), two special characters (€ and ™) and digraph œ do not exist in ISO-8859-1. Care must be taken not to enter these characters into a document that is going to be presented as encoded in ISO-8859-1.
Another keyboard for inserting vowels with macrons (used in Latvian and Māori).
More about ways to enter characters that are not on the keyboard
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