The Character Map is a Microsoft Windows utility for seeing every single accessible character and Unicode in every one of the text styles introduced on the PC. Imagined is a case of what the Character Map or charmap resembles in Microsoft Windows.
How to open the Windows Character Map or charmap
Windows 7, 8, and 10 users
Snap Start, open Windows Accessories, and pick Character Map. Or on the other hand, press the Windows key, type charmap, and press Enter.
Windows XP and earlier users
Snap Start, Run, and type charmap and press Enter.
What font should I use in Character Map?
The font all depends on what kind of character image you are attempting to discover. For non-English characters, practically any textual style should work. For other increasingly particular character images like a bolt, checkmark, book, working framework, hands, and so forth we propose utilizing the Wingdings font.
Example of inserting a checkmark into Microsoft Word
- Open Microsoft Word and Charmap.
- In the Character Map window, select Wingdings as the font.
- Scroll down until you see the checkmark (character code: 0x6FC).
- Click the checkmark and then click the Select button.
- Once the checkmark is entered into the characters to copy the text box, click the Copy button.
- Switch back to Microsoft Word and then paste the checkbox into the document.