If you use words like "élan" and "Señor" in your writing, Windows 95 lets you add accent marks to many of the keys on your keyboard. Click Start, Settings, Control panel. Double-click Keyboard, then click Languages, Properties. Click the dropdown arrow and choose United States - International. Now many keys will give an alternate character if you hold down the right Alt key while typing it. Next week's Tech Tip will show you another way to do this.