Keyboard symbols keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard symbols

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
2 years ago
- Shortcuts

How can you type the symbols that generally aren't visible on the keyboard? A simple way is holding the Alt key and typing the number for the symbol. You'll find these Alt shortcuts below. Note: On Windows, you can always use the Character Map tool to type various symbols and letters you can't find here.

First, ensure Num Lock is pressed on your keyboard. To type these symbols, hold Alt key, then type the number with numpad. The character will appear after you release Alt key.
Alt + 36

(Dollar sign)

Alt + 0169

© (copyright sign)

Alt + 0174

® (registered sign)

Alt + 0153

™ (trademark sign)

Alt + 0137

‰ (per mille sign)

Alt + 21

§ (section sign)

Alt + 0151

— (em dash)

Alt + 0150

œ (a letter)

Alt + 0140

Π(a letter)

Alt + 145

æ

Alt + 146

Æ

↑   Shift + `

~ (tilde)

or Alt + 126
For typing special letters in popular languages, you may refer to this list.
Alt + 1

☺ (smiley symbol)

Alt + 2

☻ (smiley symbol)

Alt + 3

♥ (heart symbol)

Alt + 13

♪ (note symbol)

Alt + 14

♫ (beamed eighth note symbol)

For more symbols, take a look at this web site.
Alt + 0247

÷

Alt + 0215

×

Alt + 171

½ (fraction one half sign)

Alt + 172

¼ (fraction one quarter sign)

Alt + 248

° (degree symbol)

Alt + 157

Ø (diameter symbol)

Alt + 253

²

Alt + 0179

³


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Program information

Program name: Keyboard symbols Keyboard symbols (General)

Last update: 11 Nov 2019

Shortcut count: 26

How easy to press shortcuts: 26%

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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