I have a special place in my heart for old Apple II computers. I’ve always been a fan of the Apple II and its simple yet effective keyboard.

The keyboard on the Apple II is really unique in that it features an extra set of keys that are used to generate special characters and symbols.

The Apple II keyboard has several different sets of these special keys that allow users to quickly access all sorts of symbols and characters, including the following:

If you’re a web designer or developer, you’ve probably used a keyboard with symbols, like a ⌘, ⌥, and so on. But if you’re an average user, you might have no idea what those symbols mean. They’re called “keyboard shortcuts,” and they’re one of the best ways to save time on the web.

We’ve all seen the cool symbols on our keyboards—they’re the little things that make typing on a computer so much easier. But how did they get there? This article is going to show you how to add symbols to your keyboard and what each one does.

Have you ever wondered how to create cool symbols on your keyboard? Whether it’s an emoji or a special character, it can be a really fun way to add some personality to your writing.

 But, if you’re like me, you may not know where to start when trying to figure out how to create these symbols. Well, I’m here to help.

 In this post, I’ll show you how to create your own custom symbols for your keyboard and how to use them for more than just fun.

I’ve been asked this question many times. So I’m going to answer it here. Let’s take a look at the top 5 things that you can do to get cool symbols on your keyboard.

If you’re like me, you probably spend a lot of time typing. It's a part of our daily lives that we can't escape. And, I bet you have a few favorite keyboard shortcuts that you use all the time.

 Whether you're a web developer, a graphic designer, a writer, or a programmer, you've probably discovered a few of your own keyboard shortcuts that make your life easier.

 Now, let's take a look at some of the best keyboard shortcuts you can use to help you be more efficient. Symbols are an essential part of any computer user’s life.

From the keyboard to the mouse, we use these icons to perform a wide range of actions. But while there are plenty of ways to access these symbols, it can be tricky to find the right ones at the right time.

I’ve been using the Apple Keyboard for a long time, but I never really got around to learning how to use the cool symbols on it.

Sure, there’s a bunch of them, but I still didn’t know how to use them. Now, I’ve learned how to use them and I’m going to show you how.

If you’re looking for some fancy letters to add to your text, Cool font Generator is a great tool. It generates lots of different styles of letters, and it’s always adding new fonts to its collection.

Here is a list of often-used alt codes you may find helpful

  • Alt + 0149  bullet point
  • Alt + 0153   ™  trademark symbol
  • Alt + 0169  ©  copyright symbol
  • Alt + 0176  °  degree symbol
  • Alt + 0177   ±  plus-or-minus sign
  • Alt + 0182   ¶  paragr­aph mark
  • Alt + 0190  ¾  fractio­n, three-fourths
  • Alt + 0215  ×  multi­plication sign
  • Alt + 0162  ¢  the ­ cent sign
  • Alt + 0191  ¿  ­upside down question mark
  • Alt + 1    smiley face
  • Alt + 2  ☻  black smiley face
  • Alt + 15  ☼  sun
  • Alt + 12    female sign
  • Alt + 11    m­ale sign
  • Alt + 6  ♠  Spade
  • Alt + 5  ♣  Club
  • Alt + 3  ♥  Heart
  • Alt + 4  ♦  ­Diamond
  • Alt + 13  ♪  e­ighth note
  • Alt + 14  ♫  ­beamed eighth note
  • Alt + 8236  ∞   ­infinity
  • Alt + 24  ↑  up arrow
  • Alt + 25  ↓  down arrow
  • Alt + 26 → ri­ght arrow
  • Alt + 27 ← l­eft arrow
  • Alt + 18    u­p/down arrow
  • Alt + 29 ↔ lef­t right arrow

Alt Codes for Currencies

You can use these to write special characters. Most keyboards have Alt codes. The key combination Alt + Shift + Num Lock is used to access these codes.

 Pressing Alt + Shift + Num Lock will show a list of Alt codes. To type a character, press Alt + Code. This will bring up the Alt code window. Press Enter to insert the character.

There are many Alt codes for characters in several languages. You can find them by pressing Alt + Shift + Num Lock. The following table lists some common codes for common characters. If you type an Alt code that isn't listed here, you can look it up online.

 This is one of the most useful keys for computer languages. These characters are also known as currency codes. They are used to replace the number 4. These codes are also known as Alt Codes.

There are several ways to use these codes. Let's see the various methods:

Method 1

Using a software program: In this method, you can use any software which lets you input these codes. Some examples are Microsoft Office products like Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.

Method 2

Typing the codes manually: If you don't want to use a software program, you can manually type these codes.


There are lots of symbols and shortcuts that you can use on your keyboard to speed up your typing. However, some of these symbols are not standard symbols that you see everywhere.

These are special ones that you can only find on certain keyboards. For example, you can use these symbols to make sure that you type certain characters correctly.

It is possible to customize the keyboard to allow you to access these symbols and use them for typing purposes. The following are some examples of these keyboard icons.

The symbol that you can use to get rid of spaces between words is known as the "Delete" symbol. To activate this symbol, you should press the Delete key on your keyboard. It will remove the space between two words.

Sometimes, you will want to add special symbols to your documents. You can use alt codes to do this. They can be used to add images to your text. You can also use them to change the font color and size.

 To use alt codes, you will need to find the symbols that you want to use. You can find them online and in the Microsoft Office Help file.

You will need to download them onto your computer and then open them. You can add them by clicking on the "Add" button at the bottom left of the screen. There are many different ways to use alt codes.

You can find out the Alt codes for currency symbols here. You can also use these codes to type special characters like:! & # $ % ^ & * - _ + ~,. / : ;'" | & = ~ *? { } \ ( ) < > [ ] | + ` ç è ê ë î ï ğ æ œ ô ö ø ü ÿ

In addition to the special characters, you can also use these Alt codes for a few other special symbols. For instance, you can use this code to type the Spanish exclamation mark or to put a smiley face.

To type a single quote, you will need Alt+ 0127. To type a double quote, you will need Alt+ 0125. To type an apostrophe (',), you will need Alt+ 0123. To make an upside down question mark, you will need Alt+ 0124. To make an upside down exclamation mark, you will need Alt+ 0126.