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How to Create a Peso Sign (₱) in Microsoft Word?

You may be wondering how to type or create a PESO SIGN ( ₱ ) in Microsoft Word. You cannot see a peso sign on the keyboard, right? Here are simple ways to create a PESO sign in Microsoft Word.
PESO Sign
 

Option 1

The simplest way to create a PESO sign is by copying the PESO sign or symbol itself and paste it in Microsoft Word. Here are samples of PESO signs with different sizes that you can copy:
 
₱           
 

Option 2

Another way is by using keyboard shortcut. You can create PESO sign through the keyboard by holding the "Alt" button while pressing 8369.
  • Alt + 8369 = ₱
Create PESO Sign in Microsoft Word
 

Option 3

Another way which is a bit difficult is also through keyboard shortcut. Press 20b1 (in words: two, zero, letter b, and one). Press 20b1 and hold "Alt" button while pressing letter "x".
  • Press 20b1 + Hold Alt and press letter X = ₱

Option 4

On your Microsoft Word editor, go to INSERT --> Symbol --> More Symbols --> Find the PESO sign, click the PESO sign and click the Insert button.
 
Insert PESO sign in Microsoft Word editor
 
For easy reference, bookmark this page and come back whenever you need to create a PESO sign (₱) on your Microsoft Word.
 
Did you successfully create a PESO sign on your Microsoft Word editor? Tell us which option is the easiest one for you. Do you know other ways to create a PESO sign?
 

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