Alt Codes for Italian Alphabet

List of Alt Codes for accented vowels in the Italian alphabet. Learn how to type accented vowels by using their Alt Code values.

LetterLetter TypeAlt Code
ÀUppercase Accent Grave (A)0192
ÈUppercase Accent Grave (E)0200
ÉUppercase Accent Acute (E)0201
ÌUppercase Accent Grave (I)0204
ÒUppercase Accent Grave (O)0210
ÙUppercase Accent Grave (U)0217
àLowercase Accent Grave (a)0224
èLowercase Accent Grave (e)0232
éLowercase Accent Acute (e)0233
ìLowercase Accent Grave (i)0236
òLowercase Accent Grave (o)0242
ùLowercase Accent Grave (a)0249

How to type special Italian letters by using their Alt Codes?

  • Make sure you switch on the NumLock,
  • press and hold down the Alt key,
  • type the Alt Code value of the special Italian letter, for example, for uppercase accent grave A, type 0192 on the numeric pad,
  • release the Alt key and you got À.

*You must type, preceding 0.

** Above mentioned procedure is not aplicable for MacOS.

For more information on how to use charecters, symbols, and emojis please check our How to use Alt-Codes? page.

Recent Comments

Orion 2019-04-13 14:06:12

cool guy:
is that actually all the italian alphabet? i just wanted to know

No, For example, acute e

Giglio 2019-03-12 07:00:02

Penso che una lezione di dattilografia aiuterebbe le persone a imparare a digitare italiano

Lily 2019-03-12 06:57:13

i don't think that just the alhpet will teach some one itallte this comeing form someone form italy

Nevada 2018-09-17 08:51:08

I just want to know

claudia 2018-04-22 01:16:36

please add the acuto accents: in Italian we don't usually use them in writing, if they are inside a word, but they have an important function in pronounciation ("open" (grave) or "close" (acute) vowels, for instance pésca means the art of fishing, pèsca the fruit peach.
It's mandatory to write the accents at the end of the worlds, and the acute is for all the expressions like ché and composed words like perché, giacché, nonché (and so on) and in né.

claudia 2018-04-22 01:05:21

@cute boy.
In Italian we must use grave accent only for ì and ù, it's a mistake to use the acute accent, you know

Derp 2017-03-19 18:31:30

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Michele 2017-02-20 04:26:33

"é" and "É" (acute) is missing.

Sal 2017-02-19 00:40:04

Of course not, these are just vowels with accents that are not on some keyboards ex: in the USA.

MIKE 2016-09-12 11:50:45

Instructions do not work, on an Italian HP laptop, without a numeric keypad, and no number lock key. Frustrating.

John cena 2016-06-24 03:13:40

Tanks now I can type

dodo 2016-04-06 21:36:59

mr.gerhard is a know-it-all

gestone 2016-02-25 12:11:00

its nice

cute boy 2016-01-09 08:50:44

"e" with acute accent is missing. In addition, some people (including myself) prefer using "i" and "u" with an acute (rather than grave) accent.

Gerhard 2014-10-11 00:20:59

No, that is not the entire Italian alphabet, to answer your question. That is only all of their diacritics. Italy makes use of the entire Latin alphabet system. :)

cool guy 2014-09-28 19:44:47

is that actually all the italian alphabet? i just wanted to know

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