How do you get the at symbol on a Mac?

How do you get the at symbol on a Mac?

Here's how to type the @ sign on a Mac or MacBook based on your region.

  1. On US keyboards, hold down the Shift key and press the number 2 key. ...
  2. On UK or European keyboards, hold down the Option key (also known as the ALT key) and press the number 2 key.

How do you type a symbol on a Mac?

Enter special characters and symbols

  1. Click in the text where you want to place the character, then choose Edit > Emoji & Symbols (or press Control-Command-Space bar). The Character Viewer appears where you clicked. ...
  2. To locate a character, do any of the following: ...
  3. Click a character to insert it in the text.

How do you type alternate characters?

  1. Ensure that the Num Lock key has been pressed, to activate the numeric key section of the keyboard.
  2. Press the Alt key, and hold it down.
  3. While the Alt key is pressed, type the sequence of numbers (on the numeric keypad) from the Alt code in the above table.
  4. Release the Alt key, and the character will appear.

How do you type a less than or equal to sign on a Mac?

Mathematical Symbols

  1. ÷ (division): OPTION + ?
  2. ≤ (less than or equal to): OPTION +
  3. ^ (circumflex): OPTION + i.
  4. √ (square root): OPTION + v.
  5. ≠ (not equal to): OPTION + =
  6. ≈ (almost equal to): OPTION + x.
  7. ± (plus-minus): OPTION + shift + =

How do you type the less than equal to sign?

Typing the Alt code 2264 and pressing Alt+X will insert the less than or equal to symbol into your document.