insert cent symbol in cell in Excel

Q68. In Excel, how can I enter a cent symbol in a cell?

To do it in Excel, here is the answer:

a) Click on "Symbol" under "Insert" with the cursor at the location where the "cent" symbol is to be introduced.

excel insert cent symbol in cell

b) Select the cent symbol in the "Symbols" dialog box that shows up. Click Insert.

excel excel insert cent symbol in cell

c) "Cent" symbol is added as shown below.

excel excel excel insert cent symbol in cell

 

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