Sometimes you don’t want to use the 3-digit currency code when typing references to money. If you only need to refer to your own country’s currency – that’s easy – because your currency’s symbol is bound to be easily found on your keyboard.
Here are some keyboard short cuts for other currencies too:
While holding down “Alt” (on a PC), type the number next to it (using the number keypad), and then release.
|$||ALT 36||USD, CAD, AUD…||Dollar (various countries)|
|£||ALT 156||GBP||Pound Sterling|
For symbols not included in the reference lists above, look for the “insert a symbol” or “insert a special character” menu to find a complete list of international symbols available to you on the software of your computer.
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