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HOW TO: Insert the Degree Symbol into Text

Engaged ,
Sep 16, 2015 Sep 16, 2015

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Another "How To" question.

Running PE 13.1 on a Windows PC with 64 bit WIN 7.

How to insert the degree symbol into text - I wish to have something like "Water temperature +2 <degree symbol>C"

where <degree symbol> is the small circle (raised).

I've found how to insert copyright (Alt+0169) & the Tilde (Alt+126) helped by Wikipedia but the Windos ciode for the degree symbol isn't shown - just the

Unicode U+2103 but Alt+2103 just inserts a "7".

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LEGEND , Sep 16, 2015 Sep 16, 2015
HEMIf you got the copyright symbol © to work for you with Alt+0169, I think that Alt+0176 should get you the symbol for degree as in 32°.Please give it a try in the Premiere Elements opened Titler and let us know if that worked for you.Thanks.ATR

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If you got the copyright symbol © to work for you with Alt+0169, I think that Alt+0176 should get you the symbol for degree as in 32°.

Please give it a try in the Premiere Elements opened Titler and let us know if that worked for you.

Thanks.

ATR

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That worked at the second attempt (first try produced some sort of snowball).

1) How did you find that out?

2) I placed the cursor at the desired point within the text field & the degree symbol appeared elsewhere in the line.

    Not a problen to cut & paste to where I wanted but I've seen this before with copyright & tilde symbols.

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HEM

Great news that ° worked for you.

My secret...I found it online. I had never gone looking for it before.

https://www.google.com/search?q=keyboard+shortcut+for+degree+symbol&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

Please let us know if it continues to work OK. I can use that Alt + 0176 for the degree symbol if I am typing in the forum as well as in the Premiere Elements Titler (Windows 7 and 10 64 bit)...it works for me with the numeric keypad and the Alt key of the computer main keyboard.

Best wishes

ATR

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