LibreOffice 7.5 Help
Allows a user to insert characters from the range of symbols found in the installed fonts.
When you click a character in the Special Characters dialog, a preview and the corresponding numerical code for the character is displayed.
Enter the UTF-8 name or part of the name of the character to display the UTF-8 character in the top left square of the grid. The name of the character cannot be translated. For example, enter tilde to display ~ and enter latin capital letter O with circumflex to display Ô.
Select a font to display the special characters that are associated with it.
Select a Unicode block for the current font. The special characters for the selected Unicode block are displayed in the character table.
Click the special character(s) that you want to insert, and then click Insert.
Displays the special characters that were inserted recently.
Displays the special characters that were chosen with the Add to Favorites button. Up to 16 special characters can be saved as a favorite.
Double-click on a special character will insert it into the document.