In Windows 10, I need a way to enter a non-breaking space. (The application, an old version of Finale, does not have a built-in shortcut for the purpose).
And I have to do it on a laptop that does not have a dedicated numeric pad.
If I attach an external keyboard, Alt+0160 (on numeric pad) works perfectly. But I can't find a way to replicate it on the built-in keyboard, which has no numeric keypad. If I use the regular number keys at the top, Alt+0160 does nothing, nor does Alt+Fn+0160.
Is there a working way to enter a non-breaking space? (Apart from copy-pasting the one I entered with the external keyboard, of course).