Windows 10: How To Enter Unicode in Win10?

Discus and support How To Enter Unicode in Win10? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I want to use unicode characters and can only find one way to do it: copy and paste from a char display. Better if I can input a number the same way... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by abrogard, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. abrogard Win User

    How To Enter Unicode in Win10?


    I want to use unicode characters and can only find one way to do it: copy and paste from a char display.

    Better if I can input a number the same way we input ascii codes using Alt first.

    I got this from a good site about the codes but it doesn't explain how to input them. Only copy and paste.

    So here's like an example of a code I'd like to input and the symbol it codes for:

    There's the Symbol and then the Hex code and then the decimal code.


    ♭ Flat Sign U + 266D; ♭

    :)
     
    abrogard, Jul 11, 2019
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  2. Paulr Win User

    Unicodes and language packs


    Several work arounds can be found at http://www.johndcook.com/blog/2008/0...rs-in-windows/
    1. as I suggested above, U+(hexcode) Alt-X
    2. edit a registry key and hold down the Alt key while entering the code on the numeric keypad
    3. download the free utility called UnicodeInput, which pops up with the Alt-+ key
    None of these are useful on my Surface Pro virtual keyboard which is missing both the Alt key numeric keypad *Sad
     
    Paulr, Jul 11, 2019
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  3. Fafhrd Win User
    How to type unicode characters in Windows 10?


    I haven't the right keyboard available on my laptop, so I can't test this, but the way we used to do it was:


    1. Press and hold down the Alt key.
    2. Press the + (plus) key on the numeric keypad.
    3. Type the hexidecimal unicode value.
    4. Release the Alt key.
    This comes from:

    How to enter Unicode characters in Microsoft Windows

    Which leads on to this small utility:

    UnicodeInput - a utility to enter Unicode characters on Microsoft Windows

    Which I also cannot test.

    In Microsoft Word,there must be numerous published macros for handling Unicode - some will be better than others - just go to:

    microsoft word unicode macro - Google Search

    for loads of links.
     
    Fafhrd, Jul 11, 2019
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  4. P1J
    P1J Win User

    How To Enter Unicode in Win10?

    Unicode Support in Regional Languages (Hindi)

    Hi,



    On my HTC Touch, WM6.1, I have tried to use Hindi Devnagri script many a times but the browser doesn't render Hindi based sites though the phone seems to Support Unicode. There was a suggestion on a website some months ago to copy mangal (or any
    other unicode font) to fonts folder on mobile.. I did that but then the phone considers that font as some System font and changes a lot many interfaces (menu/programs) to gibberish without displaying correction.


    Can you help me with how can I see unicode websites on my phone ?



    thanks

     
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