Have you ever wanted to insert a special character but couldn’t remember the name of the symbol?

In Google Docs, Slides, and Drawings, here’s a great way to jog your memory. In these apps, there’s a trackpad you can use to draw the symbol. Sometimes all we can remember is what a symbol looks like, and the names for symbols aren’t always the most memorable, like the symbol ampersand. Watch the video above to learn how to use this trackpad.

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2 thoughts on “How to Insert Special Characters in Google Docs, Slides and Drawings

  1. Noooooo Reply

    select insert select special character then proceed to insert name or symbol OR use the draw option and sketch it out select the correct symbol click and it will insert

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