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    How to type the cents symbol ¢

    The cents symbol is not on keyboards but there is a short cut: while pressing and holding the alt key
    type on the number pad of the keyboard (not the top row of numbers) 0162. It works and will make ¢
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    Just my 2¢¢.
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    ¢¢

    My left alternate key does not work, but my right one did.
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    ¢¢¢¢ Cool, I never knew that. Probably wont remember it when I need it either
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    All of the alternates can be found in CHARACTER MAP. The $ goes before the amount, the ¢ goes after the amount. $5.76 not 5.76$ 47¢ is correct not ¢87 The useful ones for your convenience:


    90° Alt 0176 98° F with 92% humidity and no A/C (Florida)

    ± Alt 0177 case length = 2.065" ± 0.005"

    ÷ Alt 0247 98 ÷ 7 = 14
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    Thanks for your 2¢

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    ¢

    If this keeps up I may have to pay more ¢¢

    Thank you!

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    I am showing the wife how to do it

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    In the past if I can't find a way to type something I will find it on Google then copy and paste it.
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    Much obliged.
    I've been wonderin how to do ¢ & °.
    Where is this character map found?
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