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Where is the Multiplication Sign on a Computer Keyboard?

Are you wondering how to make a multiplication sign (x) with your computer keyboard?

Or where to find that multiplication sign in your keyboard?

Let's make it clear. You can create multiplication sign in four (4) ways:
Multiplication Sign on Computer Keyboard?

Option 1

Just type letter x in your keyboard. Yes the letter x which is between letter z and c.

Option 2

What if your letter x button has been destroyed? Or you don't have a keyboard. Your keyboard might be damaged.

Then, you can use the On-Screen Keyboard. To find the On-Screen Keyboard in Microsoft Windows, click the Windows Start button --> All Programs --> Accessories --> Ease of Use -->

Find On-Screen Keyboard

On-Screen Keyboard

On the On-Screen Keyboard, press letter x to create a multiplication sign.

Option 3

Another way is to copy a letter x and paste it wherever you want. Here are some letter x in different sizes:

x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x X  X  X  X  X  X  X

Option 4

If you're using Microsoft Excel or you're programming a software or an application and you want to create a formula, you should use asterisk (*) as a multiplication. While for division, the slash sign (/) is used.

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