OS X :: Keyboard Shortcut For Euro Symbol?Sep 14, 2007
Is there a keyboard shortcut for the euro (currency) symbol?
Is there a keyboard shortcut for the euro (currency) symbol?
Recently the ALT +2 and ALT +3 functions (to insert the euro and hashtag symbols, respectively) have stopped working on my keyboard. I have looked into various preferences and settings but have been unable to sort this out.I'm on an iMac running Lion 10.7.3 and a wired Euro keyboard with keypad.
iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3), Time Capsule
Can anyone tell me what the keyboard shortcut is to make the following symbol: |
And while we're at it, the shortcuts to square brackets as well
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