Alt keys without number pad
Many laptops address the lack of a number pad by including a hidden numeric keypad activated by the NumLock key. The numbers will usually be highlighted in a color different than that of the regular keys theyre often gray or blue. They also often share the 7, 8, and 9 keys in the number row.This method needs a numpad and a numlock key to switch the numpad to number output. For roughly a decade I could also use this AltNumpad method on several old 15 inch WinXP laptops (without a numpad) by holding down FnAlt and typing on a simulated numpad on the following keys: alt keys without number pad
Hold down Alt key. Some laptops require you to hold both Alt and FN keys. Input Alt code of symbol on Keypad. Do this while holding Alt button pressed. Type Alt code on your laptop's numeric keypad. It's highlighted on the picture. Release all the keys. After you release all the keys alt symbol should be entered.