How to Use Character Map
Character Map is a Windows utility that allows you to view and copy characters from any installed font. It can be used to insert special characters into documents, webpages, emails, and other text-based documents.
Starting Character Map
To start Character Map and see all of the available characters for a particular font, click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click Character Map.
Character Map displays the following character sets:
Selecting a Font
Once Character Map is open, you can select a font from the drop-down list at the top of the window. You can also use the search box to quickly find a font.
Once you have selected a font, the characters for that font will be displayed in the main window. You can use the scroll bar to scroll through the characters.
To copy a character, simply click on it and then click the “Copy” button. The character will be copied to the clipboard and can then be pasted into any text-based document.
Character Map also offers some advanced options, such as the ability to view and copy characters from multiple fonts at once. You can also change the size of the characters and the spacing between them.
Character Map is a useful tool for inserting special characters into documents, webpages, emails, and other text-based documents. It is easy to use and offers a variety of advanced options.