How To Enter Unicode in Win10?

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  1. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #11

    margrave55 said:
    The point is that you cannot easily type characters that are not on your keyboard.
    Hi there
    @margrave55

    If you haven't got the keyboard then all discussions are moot on this topic --however you might in some ways be able to add an on screen keyboard --even for a non touch screen / system and then just use mouse or whatever to enter data.

    I think for some systems without screen touch keyboards you might via the various settings for people with disabilities of various sorts also be able to get some sort of "Mouse" keyboard working.

    With Windows you can add as many different keyboards as you want to for input whether you have the hardware attached or not.

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       #12

    Well my solution is to download and install the little utility in 'unicodeinput.zip' downloadable from
    'Fileformat.info' and I got to it following a link in an earlier post. From Lance1 I think.

    It causes Alt + to pop up a window into which you can enter the unicode. So with a window open listing all the codes to refer to I'm pretty right. It should be a Win10 feature but if it is I haven't found it yet.

    Here's the link to where I found the utility: UnicodeInput - a utility to enter Unicode characters on Microsoft Windows


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  3. Compumind's Avatar
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       #13

    abrogard said:
    Well my solution is to download and install the little utility in 'unicodeinput.zip' downloadable from
    'Fileformat.info' and I got to it following a link in an earlier post. From Lance1 I think.

    It causes Alt + to pop up a window into which you can enter the unicode. So with a window open listing all the codes to refer to I'm pretty right. It should be a Win10 feature but if it is I haven't found it yet.

    Here's the link to where I found the utility: UnicodeInput - a utility to enter Unicode characters on Microsoft Windows
    That's what I also mentioned in my Post #7 above. It works.
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