Well that is really going to encourage the volunteers here to jump in and help Do you have your Keyboard icon displayed in your top taskbar? Then , click on the Keyboard viewer, and click on Show Character Viewer. You will see an option in the sidebar for "Arrows". Select the one you want and double click it to put it into whatever it is you are typing.
Aug 29, 8: And it is why I hate forums.
Arrow Symbols: Left, Right, Up and Down Arrow
Apple ought to make this easily discoverable, but they don't. And I have to come into this frustrated already and then have to get flack from people like you who have apparently never been made to jump thru some pretty silly hoops just to get a basic question answered. And no, there is no up arrow in the keyboard emoji thingy. That was my first option about 40 minutes ago. But thanks anyway. Aug 29, 9: OS X Yosemite: Use the Character Viewer.
Aug 29, Bringing an attitude to this forum is really not going to help you get the answers you are looking for. We are not making it hard for you, since we are just users like you are.
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As Jay-Ray has pointed out, you are running an ancient version of OS X, so that is why you are having a hard time finding any references for how to do what it is you want to do. Since Leopard was introduced in , I did a Google search and found an article on how to display the OS X character map that was dated in , so it undoubtedly applies to you.
Don't know if that will yield any results for you, but if it doesn't, then you may just have to look in your Fonts to see if you can find one there that will provide you with what you are looking for. Aug 30, May 3, 6: I stumbled on this post while trying to find how to type the up arrow for shortcuts and it didn't help me at all but maybe I'm misreading the question. Sep 4, 1: Lol but I'm sure you've figured out by now since this was way back in lol!!
Find the arrow you want to type in the Symbol window, and click on the icon to select it. Click the Insert button. This button is in the lower-right corner of the Symbol window. It will insert the selected arrow icon into your document. Click the Close button. You can find this button next to Insert on the bottom-right. It will close the Symbol window. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.
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