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Posted by Andy Brown on 17 June 2019
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A quick way to use emojis in emails or documents
So you've written an email, and want to sign it off with an emoji:
This just needs a good signature - a smiley face perhaps?
On your keyboard, you will almost certainly have a Windows key:
The Windows key is usually at the bottom left-hand corner of the keyboard.
Hold down the Windows key and press the full stop . character to choose an emoji to add:
You can now choose which face most suits the email!
If you liked that, try some of these other Windows key characters:
|Key||What it does|
|D||Goes to your Desktop|
|E||Opens Windows Explorer|
|I||Opens Windows Settings|
|L||Locks your computer|
|M||Minimises all windows|
|P||Allows you to redirect output to a projector|
|R||Opens the Run dialog box|
For a full list of Windows key shortcuts, see the Microsoft site.