Do you want to type a crown symbol in a Microsoft Office program on your computer? Then you need to use a keyboard shortcut or insert a symbol like a cent. You may not be working in MS Office, or do you want to create a custom crown symbol to publish on the internet, make use of the Windows Character Map tool to copy and paste it.
Use Keyboard Shortcuts to Type a Crown
Most of the windows have keyboard shortcuts to enter four different crown symbols based on King and Queen chess pieces. To make use of a shortcut, you need to press and hold down the Alt key and type the symbol’s number code, using the dedicated number keypad and not the standard number line on your keyboard. The crown symbol shows when you release the Alt key.
You can type four crown symbol codes are as follows:
- White King crown — ♔ — Alt-9812
- White Queen crown — ♕ — Alt-9813
- Black King crown — ♚ — Alt-9818
- Black Queen crown — ♛ — Alt-9819
Use the Symbol Tool to Type a Crown
- In a Microsoft Office program.
- Choose the location where you preferred to type the crown symbol.
- Open the “Insert tab.” then Pick the “Symbol” and select “More Symbols.”
- Change the Font box to “Arial Unicode Microsoft” and the Subset to “Miscellaneous Symbols.”
- Choose the crown symbol desire to use from the available list.
- Tap on Insert and then Close.
How To Insert A Crown From Character Map
The Character Map in the system window lets you copy symbols to your system’s clipboard and then paste them elsewhere. Although you can use the tool in MS Office programs, it’s also useful if you’re working in a different Office program or want to copy a crown symbol to a website.
- While opening Character Map in the Windows 8 and 10 home screen as a case of study, then
- Type character map to launch a search and select the tool. In Windows 7, please search for a character map in the Start menu and click on it to open the program.
- Choose any one of the crown icons and tap on Select to insert it in the Characters To Copy box. Tap on the Copy to put the crown on the system’s clipboard. You can now paste the symbol to your destination program.
Alternatively, If you own a mac device you can watch this video to know more on how to type a crown symbol on mac