Sometimes when you’re working on a document you really want to type the cent, degree, or Pi sign instead of writing it in by hand or spelling it out in the document. This would be tremendously helpful if you just knew where they were on the keyboard. This tutorial is designed to show you exactly how to find the ¢, ˚, π sign and more! This screencast will help you set up easy access to these keys and how to use them.
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