How to Type the Euro Symbol


This wikiHow teaches you how to insert the Euro (€) symbol into any document, note, message or text field on your computer, phone or tablet. The Euro symbol is available in the special character group of all desktop and mobile keyboards around the world. You can use a keyboard combination on your computer or switch your mobile keyboard to the special character layout to type it.

Part 1
Using Windows

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You can type a Euro symbol in any text editor, document, message, note or any other text field.

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You can type special characters on your keyboard with this combination, including the Euro symbol.

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Without releasing Ctrl and Alt, press this button to instantly insert the Euro (€) symbol. This works on Microsoft Office. On some versions of Windows, you may have to press 4 instead of E. Some international keyboards may require a different combination. You can try Ctrl+Alt+5 or Alt Gr+E if the above combinations don't work for your keyboard.

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As an alternative, you can copy and paste this symbol from a different document, a web page, or from below: The Euro symbol: € You can find step-by-step instructions for copying and pasting on Windows here.

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To do so, open the character map (the app with the cube icon), search for the Euro (€) symbol, and double-click it, then choose Copy.

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To do so, press ⊞ Win+. or ⊞ Win+;, choose the currency category and click on the euro character.

Part 2
Using Mac

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You can type the Euro symbol in any app, document, message, note or any other text field.

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This will allow you to type special characters on your keyboard. Some Mac keyboards have an Alt button instead of ⌥ Option. In this case, press ⇧ Shift and Alt.

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When you press this button without releasing the ⇧ Shift and ⌥ Option buttons, you will instantly type the Euro (€) symbol. This keyboard combination applies to most keyboard configurations, including the standard United States, British, and international keyboards. Some keyboard configurations may require a different key combination. For example, the standard Russian keyboard requires ⇧ Shift+⌥ Option+4

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As an alternative, you can copy and paste the Euro symbol from another document, a web page, or from below: The Euro symbol: € You can find detailed copy-paste instructions for Mac here.

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To do so, press Control+⌘ Command+Space, search for the Euro (€) symbol and click it.

Part 3
Using a Phone or Tablet

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You can type this symbol using the special character layout of your mobile keyboard in any text app, document, message, note or text box.

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Your keyboard will slide in from the bottom of your screen.

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123 (Android) button on the bottom-left. This button will switch your keyboard to the special character layout. On some Android versions, this button may also look like 12# or a similar combination. It will almost always be on the bottom-left corner of your keyboard.

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This button is located above the ABC button in the lower-left corner, and it will open your secondary special characters. On some Android versions, the exact character combination on this button may be different, but it's always located above the ABC button on the bottom-left.

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You can find and tap the Euro (€) symbol button on your secondary special character keyboard here. It will instantly insert the symbol into the selected text field.