How do I enable functionality like that described in Microsoft article Q97738, "Using US-Int'l Keyboard layout to type accented characters" under windows 95? The article pertains to windows 3.x.
What I want to do is to be able to directly enter things like vowels with an accent grave, dieresis, caret (circumflex), etc, as are used in other languages. In windows 3.x you simply chose the US-Int'l keyboard layout, then typed something like 'e to get an e with an accent, or "e to get an e with a dieresis.
The fonts have the characters, you can assign hot keys to individual ones. I am looking for a way to easily get all of them with a couple of key strokes, as I used to be able to with windows 3.x.
There is not such keyboard in windows95.