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One way would be to format the cell with the symbol font and then type in p


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Hi bootster,

Hold down the alt key and type 227 then let go the alt key.
Make sure you use the number pad not the numbers at the
top of the keyboard.

Which font you use will determine what it looks like.
The one in Times New Roman is very presentable
however the one in Arial is square and not very pretty.
Experiment till you find one you like.

HTH
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Default useing excel How can I type in the pi symbole?

Another tip: keep in mind that you can select individual characters or groups
of characters in a cell up in the formula bar and assign unique formatting to
the selection such as font style, size, and color/bolding, etc. So you could
have one character in Symbol font, and the rest in another such as Ariel,
Garamond or Times New Roman.

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Hi bootster,

Hold down the alt key and type 227 then let go the alt key.
Make sure you use the number pad not the numbers at the
top of the keyboard.

Which font you use will determine what it looks like.
The one in Times New Roman is very presentable
however the one in Arial is square and not very pretty.
Experiment till you find one you like.

HTH
Martin


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