Currency alt codes and symbols: How to type emoji, kaomoji, and symbols using a hardware keyboard on Windows 10

Although the ability to type emoji — those little icons designed to help you quickly express emotions, situations, or ideas — into messages or documents has been available since the Fall Creators Update , it wasn’t until the May 2019 Update that Windows 10 expanded the panel to offer “kaomoji,” which are similar to emoji but the expressions are made out of characters, emoji, and symbols [such as ;-), ヾ(•ω•`)o, and (☞゚ヮ゚)☞]. The use of symbols means you no more have to remember “Alt” key codes or search the internet to hunt down “em dash” (—) or “greater than” (>) or “less than” (<) symbols.

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