As you may already know, in Turkey, Turkish people are using the Latin alphabet just like English, but with a few differences. For example, they do not use x, w and q.
On the other hand, they use a few additional letters.
I would like to share the different letters that are being used in Turkish and how we can type them in a document should we need to edit a Turkish document.
For a better understanding, please find below a Turkish keyboard first. Those are the main and most common 6 letters.
Now, how we can type them?
1- When we have internet connection:
This is one of the easiest ways to type those letters as we can simply press the letter and then copy paste to wherever we want.
2- Without internet connection we can use ASCII codes:
IMPORTANT: Please remove the space between "&" and "#" when using the codes.
(To insert an ASCII character, press and hold down ALT while typing the character code in MS Word.)
Ç "& #199;" Capital c-cedilla
ç "& #231;" Lowercase c-cedilla
Ğ "& #286;" Capital g-breve
ğ "& #287;" Lowercase g-breve
İ "& #304;" Capital i-dotted
ı "& #305;" Lowercase i-dotless
Ö "& #214;" Capital o-umlaut
ö "& #246;" Lowercase o-umlaut
Ş "& #350;" Capital s-cedilla
ş "& #351;" Lowercase s-cedilla
Ü "& #220;" Capital u-umlaut
ü "& #252;" Lowercase u-umlaut
Thank you very much!