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First thing you have to do is to find a numeric keypad on your laptop's keyboard.
It consists of "7", "8", "9", "u", "i", "o", "j", "k", "l" and "m" buttons.
You can see some tiny numbers on those keys. I will be calling them Ten-Key later.
Now let's enable Num Lock.
On most laptops, Num Lock can be enabled, or disabled by NumLk key
, or by a combination of FN (the function key) and ScrLk (screen lock key).
When you'll enable Num Lock, some corresponding indicator will light up.
Choose input field where you want to write symbols.
Now when you'll hit those ten-key keys - you'll be entering numbers. That's good.
Just for example let's take per mile ‰ sign. It's alt code is 0,137.
I remind you that Num Lock has to be ON.
To input per mile press and hold down Alt key.
Now use the Ten-Key to input per mile symbol's alt code.
Type 0 1 3 7.
Let go of all the keys.
If everything went okay, you should have inputted the per mile symbol.
If not then try typing alt code while simultaneously holding Alt AND FN keys. That may work.
So thanks, for watching if you want to find out more, or if you have any questions, suggestions then go to my website: http://alt-codes.org/. By the way, please rate this video.