Alphabet Letters Sudoku #011
Edited by Vicki A Benge
Sudoku letter puzzles, (such as the one below), solved under the same logical guidelines as Sudoku number puzzles, use letters of the alphabet instead of numbers. In this instance the nine letters can be rearranged to spell out a word and no letters are used in the word more than once. (A word or phrase that does not have repeating letters is known as an isogram.)
Obeying the rules of Sudoku, in the puzzle below, each letter is used one time only in each column, each row, and each 3x3 square. When completed, unscramble the nine letters used to reveal a word that may refer to musical instruments or components of a desktop computer.