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Windows key-period worked for me. 👌
I pressed enter on it and then pressed escape and the emoji was there. It does not work in a blank message though for some reason. Neither with the period or the semicolon.
But you may like the website option better, and that works for earlier versions of Windows too.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Holger Fiallo
Yes. I know however window period does open it but it will not allow to select emoji. However with window ; does so.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Rebecca Lineberger
No, with the emoji panel, you do not press the alt key or use the number pad. Windows key with either the period or the semicolon are the keys you use. When you find an emoji you like, pressing enter on it should paste it into your message where your cursor is. Pressing escape should close the emoji panel and put focus back in your document.
Thanks. How to I select from the list? I figure by turning off num lock off and alt 1 I am able to add ☺
Windows key-period or windows key-semicolon will open the emoji panel.
There are several categories to tab through. The emoji are in grid form so you arrow up and down or sideways to view selections. If you’re looking for something specific, such as a smiling face, you can type smiling, and it will bring up those results. Press enter on the one you want and it will be pasted into your message where your cursor is.😊 Or 👏.
Thanks so much. ☺
You turn on the n☺umber pad and use alt plus the numbers.
Smiley face is alt + 1.
You will get a character conflict message when sending one.
Just enter on
send it as is.
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