Right ALT Key no longer making upside down exclamation and question mark for Spanish

Prior to having Windows 10 installed yesterday I was able to easily make the upside down exclamation point and question mark for Spanish in Outlook, but I cannot do this in Windows 10. Is there an alternate, easy way of doing it that does not require copying and pasting? Removing this feature was a bad decision for those of us who frequently deal with more than one language. I use a Surface Pro 3 tablet currently running Windows 10 as of today.
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The first answer here solved my issue:

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-start/us-international-keyboard-for-windows-10/f0dc89e9-2373-42af-bb2e-f50b8a69a13a

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Last updated October 30, 2020 Views 1,081 Applies to: