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  1. Upload a document to DocHub using the Drag-and-Drop area.
  2. Use the toolbar to Insert Symbols into Contracts and make other changes to the document.
  3. Click the Download / Export icon in the upper right area to proceed.
  4. Select the storage location for your file.
  5. Click Download or Export, depending on your preferred storage location.

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How to Insert Symbols into Contracts

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[Music] hi in this video im going to show you how to use the windows character map to find special characters that you could use to copy and paste and insert in all kinds of things you know like your documents or emails and that sort of thing so right here i have a word document im working on so lets say i wanted to insert something like a bullet or i dont know some square or box some other character like that so what i could do is i could open up the character map and the best way to do that you could find it by searching for it but i would just start typing character map and then click on that guy there and now its going to bring up a character map and the characters that you have will depend on what fonts you have installed so here are all my fonts here so youll notice if i click on a different font i get different characters to choose from and so on and they kind of vary so it kind of takes a little bit of searching to find what youre looking for um so lets say lets find

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Go to Insert Symbol More Symbols. Go to Special Characters. Double-click the character that you want to insert. Select Close.
In Windows, you press and hold the Alt key and then type the numerical sequence listed in the table above. For the section symbol on a Windows computer, you would press and hold the Alt key. Next, type the numbers, 0167, and then release the Alt key. This would create the section symbol () in your text.
Go to Insert Symbol More Symbols. Go to Special Characters. Double-click the character that you want to insert. Select Close.
To insert an ASCII character, press and hold down ALT while typing the character code. For example, to insert the degree () symbol, press and hold down ALT while typing 0176 on the numeric keypad. You must use the numeric keypad to type the numbers, and not the keyboard.
The section sign, , is a typographical character for referencing individually numbered sections of a document; it is frequently used when citing sections of a legal code. It is also known as the section symbol, section mark, double-s, or silcrow.
The SS Bolts are a common white supremacist/neo-Nazi symbol derived from Schutzstaffel (SS) of Nazi Germany. The SS, led by Heinrich Himmler, maintained the police state of Nazi Germany.
About This Article Click the Insert tab. Click Symbol. Click More Symbols. Select a symbol. Click Insert.
The section sign, , is a typographical character for referencing individually numbered sections of a document; it is frequently used when citing sections of a legal code.
Use autocorrect to add the legal symbol for you Find Insert Symbol in the Insert tab. Click on More Symbols Locate the legal symbol you want to create the shortcut for. Press the AutoCorrect key. In the replace box enter in the letters to assign to your legal symbol. Click Add Click OK
To type the section symbol (), press and hold the Alt key, then enter the numbers 0167. On a Mac, press and hold the Option key and enter the number 6. If this doesnt work, your section symbol may be bound to a different keybinding.

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