How do you insert a dash in PowerPoint?

How do you insert a dash in PowerPoint?

To add an em dash using an Alt key combination, follow these steps:

  1. Click in any text container object to place your insertion point, as shown in Figure 2, below.
  2. Figure 2: Place your insertion point.
  3. Now hold the Alt key while you type 0151 to insert an em dash (see Figure 3, below)
  4. Figure 3: Add an em dash.

How do I insert a trademark symbol?

Insert copyright and trademark symbols

  1. To insert the copyright symbol, press Ctrl+Alt+C.
  2. To insert the trademark symbol, press Ctrl+Alt+T.
  3. To insert the registered trademark symbol, press Ctrl+Alt+R.

What is the Alt code for TM?

Keyboard Shortcuts - Windows ALT-Codes and Unicode Symbols
To type this symbolPress this on your keyboardDescription
Alt+0153Trademark
©Alt+0169Copyright
®Alt+0174Registered
Alt+0137Per mille (per thousand)

What is TM and R?

The TM symbol can generally be used by any person or business to indicate that a particular word, phrase or logo is intended to serve as an identifier for the source of that product or service. ... The R symbol indicates that this word, phrase or logo is a registered trademark for the product or service.

How do you type a check?

Create a check mark symbol by pressing Alt and typing 0252 using the numeric keypad on the right side of the keyboard while still pressing Alt . After creating the check mark symbol, change the font back to the desired font for text in the document.

What is the shortcut key for check symbol?

Position the cursor where you want to insert the symbol. Hold down the Alt key and use the number keypad to enter the character code--that's 0252 for the plain checkmark and 0254 for the boxed checkmark.

What is the Alt code for æ?

Alt Codes
SymbolAltCode
Å143
É144
æ145
Æ146

How do you read drawing symbols?

They are often in the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing/part....Title-Block

  1. The name and address of the company who produced/ owns the drawings.
  2. The part number and description.
  3. Mass.
  4. Material.
  5. General tolerances.
  6. Units.
  7. Finish.
  8. Projection details.

What is a controlled radius?

Controlled Radius Creates a tolerance zone defined by two arcs (the minimum and maximum radii) that are tangent to the adjacent surfaces. ... Additionally, radii taken at all points on the part contour shall neither be smaller than the specified minimum limit nor larger than the maximum limit.