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6 Ways to Access Character Map in Windows 10

You can use the following six methods to turn on Windows 10 Character Map.

Video guide on how to access Character Map in Windows 10:

6 ways to access Character Map in Windows 10:

Way 1: Access it by searching.

Type map in the search box on taskbar, and choose Character Map from the result.

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Way 2: Turn it on in Start Menu.

Open Start Menu, choose All apps, expand Windows Accessories and hit Character Map.

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Way 3: Open it via Run.

Launch Run, input charmap and click OK.

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Way 4: Access it via CMD.

Open Command Prompt, type charmap and press Enter.

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Way 5: Turn it on via Windows PowerShell.

Start Windows PowerShell, input charmap and tap Enter.

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Way 6: Access it in the Fonts folder.

Step 1: Open Fonts by searching.

Step 2: Select Find a character.

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