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How do you type a Division sign on Chromebook?

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Typing symbols like the degree or division symbol can be tricky on the Chromebook and sometimes even on Mac or Windows devices. If you’re trying to insert a division sign in a document or online on your Chromebook but can’t figure out the right way to do it apart from copying it off the internet, we’ve got you covered here.

In this article, we’ve discussed how to type a division sign on Chromebook using the Unicode characters, followed by a brief Unicode table for commonly used characters and symbols.

Division sign on Chromebook

You can type the division sign (÷) by following the steps mentioned below.

Step 1: Press and release Ctrl + Shift + U. You’ll see an underlined “u” in the text field.

Step 2: Now, enter the Unicode for the division sign (00f7) and press Spacebar or Enter keys.

As you can see in the screenshot below, the ‘u00f7’ turns into the division sign (÷).

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Unicode for other common characters

Here are several other common characters, including punctuations, currency and mathematical symbols such as division and multiplication, among others, which can be used in Chromebook.

All you need to do is press Ctrl + Shift + U and then insert the Unicode for the symbol you want to insert following the underlined u.

Common CharactersUnicode
Em Dash —2014
Bullet •2022
Ellipsis …2026
Per mille ‰2030
Division ÷00F7
Multiplication ×00D7
Inverted Exclamation Mark ¡00A1
Inverted Question Mark ¿00BF
Rupee ₹20B9
Pound £00A3
Yen ¥00A5
Cent ¢00A2
Dollar $0024
Copyright ©00A9
Registered ®00AE
Plus-minus ±00B1

If you want to insert any other character into a text field on Chromebook using Unicode, you can search for the Unicode online, press Ctrl + Shift + U and insert the Unicode to type that symbol. Wikipedia has a detailed list of Unicode characters, which you can refer if the character or symbol you were looking for isn’t mentioned above.

Also read: How to take a screenshot on Chromebook?

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