|δ||ALT + 235 (948)||Small Greek delta|
|Δ||ALT + 916||Delta of the Greek capital|
|Alt 235||δ||Take part|
- Select the cell where you want to insert the degree symbol.
- Press F2 to enter edit mode.
- Use the hot key - ALT + 30 (you need to hold down the ALT key and then press 30 on the numeric keypad of the keyboard)
Using the delta symbol alt code (abbreviation)
Alt Codes by Name
How to use alt characters for special characters and symbols
Language and special character codes
Get the triangle symbol - Method 1
Press 30 to insert a vertical triangle at the top. Press 31 to insert a vertical triangle at the bottom, 16 to insert a triangle to the left, or 17 to insert a triangle to the right. You have to hold down the Alt key while pressing the numbers.
There are several methods to insert Delta in Microsoft Word, for example you can use Alt-Code + Numeric Keypad to enter it directly from the keyboard, or you can use Microsoftword functions to paste the tab where the symbols are located.
Use the keyboard 10 by holding down the Alt key and writing the code (for Microsoft operating systems). Copy and paste the Danish letters Æ, Ø and Å from another document that already contains them. Enter Æ, Ø, Å using the 10 keyboard and the Alt key.
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