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How to Type Symbols Using the ALT Key (with Mac and PC Lists)

How to Type Symbols Using the ALT Key (with Mac and PC Lists)
Edit Article SamplesOn a PCOn a MacSymbol Alt CodesForeign Language Alt CodesMathematical Equation Alt Codes Edited by Shaiaqua, Shayes, Rob S, Steven Bluen and 135 others The ALT key can help you access alt codes, or characters that aren't readily available on a normal keyboard. These codes can be used to write in foreign languages, mathematical equations, or to add fun symbols to your messages. Below ☟ is how to do it on a PC or a Mac, then a list of symbols such as π,º, ♫ and ♥. Ad Steps Method 1 of 5: On a PC 1Learn how to key in an Alt-code.Hold down the Alt key and put in the numbers on the keypad to the right of the keyboard. 2Learn how to key in Alt codes on a laptop. Method 2 of 5: On a Mac 1Hold the Option key and press any other key to get custom characters 2To get a second set of custom characters, hold down both the Option key and the Shift key 3See this wikiHow article for more information. Method 3 of 5: Symbol Alt Codes Note:The following sections contain special characters. Tips

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