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Help! Is there a way I can use the alt and number combination to make the degrees Fahrenheit symbol?

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Yeah sure

you mean this one right
° ??? hold alt and press 2 4 8 on number pad ,, release alt

enjoy

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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