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How to Use Symbols in Word 2013
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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