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Hundreds of symbols that are not available on your keyboard are provided in Microsoft Word for use in your documents. For example, you can insert fractions (½), a degree symbol (°), pi (π), or currency symbols, such as the British pound symbol (£).

There’s a set of symbols and characters for each font set.

To insert a symbol, place the cursor in your Word document where you want the symbol and click the Insert tab on the Ribbon.

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