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How can I create a heart shape?
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♥♥♥ you mean like those? just hit Alt 3, you have to use the number pad though.. have fun, ♥
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well, first you take some heart cells, and you put them together to make tissues.... . actually alt+3, press alt and 3 at the same time, you have to use the keypad of numbers on the right side of the key board, like this ♥, or this with different numbers ♣æ♠♦:○•▬, and all kinds of different combinations
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hold down alt+<333 is the only way I know of or how about ~~<3
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According to my ampersnd code chart, it should be:-. . & then # then 9829 then ; (if I typed them together it wouldn't appear as a code but as a heart) or. & then hears then ;. ♥
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Go to>start>programs>accessories>... tools> then "Character Map"...scroll down to "symbols.". . Hope that helps.. . More info:. Hold down the ALT key and then press numbers on the num pad. When you let go, it will type a symbol such as this smiley face: ? (ALT + 1).. A heart is ALT + 3: ?. You can press more than one number, though, such as ALT + 1 + 3: ?. Similar things are usually grouped together, so ? is ALT + 3, ? is ALT + 4, ? is ALT + 5, and ? is ALT + 6. Experiment and you will find many more.. . Another way of doing it is to type special codes for certain entities such as &hearts ; (without the space inbetween the code and the semicolon) which is ?. Here is a list of a bunch of them: http://www.htmlhelp.com/reference/html40.... . If you're using Windows then a third way is to go to start > all programs > accessories > system tools > and character map (or just go to run and enter charmap). Then search for what you want, select it, copy it, and paste it wherever you want. For example, I found this in character map: ?. I found this under another answer. . http://www.lookuptables.com/ (ascii codes). . Hope that helps
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