If you are wanting to know how to type the letters such as á, é, í, ó, ú, ñ, ¡, ¿, then the below list might help you.
First turn on your "num lock" keyboard option. Then press and hold the left ALT key (on my laptop I have to hold down both the left ALT and the blue Fn keys) while you press the following numerical sequences, then release for the letter to appear. The '+' simply means press and hold the ALT key while typing the following numerical sequence.
ALT + 160 = á
ALT + 130 = é
ALT + 161 = í
ALT + 162 = ó
ALT + 163 = ú
ALT + 164 = ñ
ALT + 144 = É
ALT + 165 = Ñ
ALT + 173 = ¡
ALT + 168 = ¿
ALT + 166 = ª
ALT + 167 = º
Or with Spanish keys Activated ú
[ then a = á
[ then e = é
[ then i = í
[ then o = ó
[ then u = ú
et cetera. ú
= becomes ¿
The colon and semicolon key becomes ñ and Ñ respectively.
To enable your keyboard to have spanish
To add the United States-International keyboard layout, follow these steps:
1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
2. Under Pick a category, click Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options.
3. Under or pick a Control Panel icon, click Regional and Language Options.
The Regional and Language Options dialog box appears.
4. On the Languages tab, click Details.
The Text Services and Input Languages dialog box appears.
5. Under Installed services, click Add.
The Add Input language dialog box appears.
6. In the Input language list, click the language that you want. For example, Spanish (Mexico).
Notice that the Language bar appears on the taskbar. When you position the mouse pointer over it, a ToolTip appears that describes the active keyboard layout. For example, United States-International.
Then to switch modes click on the blue "EN" icon on bottom right screen.