If you need to insert the cent symbol (¢) in your Microsoft Word documents, the fastest way is to use a keyboard shortcut. We’ll show you how to do that on Windows and Mac.
On Windows, you have two keyboard shortcuts to add the cent symbol to your documents. Use the first shortcut if your keyboard has a numeric keypad, or use the second shortcut if it doesn’t. A numeric keypad is a keypad with numerical values (0-9) usually found to the right of your keyboard’s main keys.
Start by opening your document in Word and placing your cursor where you want to insert the cent symbol.
Then, on your keyboard, press and hold down the Alt key while typing 0162.
Warning: Do not use the numbers row at the top of your keyboard to type 0162. That won’t work. You must use the numeric keypad on the right of your keyboard.
You will see the cent symbol in its desired place in your document.
Open your Word document and place the cursor where you want to add the cent symbol.
On your keyboard, press and hold down the Ctrl key and then quickly press /C (a forward slash followed by the letter C).
The cent symbol will appear in your document.
And you are all set.
To add the cent symbol in your Word document on Mac, first, open your document with the Word app. In the document, place your cursor where you want the cent symbol to appear.
Then, press the Option+4 keyboard shortcut to add the symbol. The cent symbol will appear in your document.
If you want to use the cent symbol again, either use the above keyboard shortcuts or simply copy the symbol and then paste it wherever you want.
Like this, you can also quickly and easily add the copyright or trademark symbol in your Word documents.
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