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How do I make the Apple logo appear using my keyboard?

by Jayvee on July 4th, 2008

Similar to the Character Map application for Windows, CharacterPal is a Dashboard widget that helps you input foreign symbols. For instance, do you remember how to make this  Apple logo appear on your keyboard?

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‘Course you know! It’s Option + Shift + K! But if by some incidence you forgot how todo this, CharacterPal can always help you remember. Now you won’t have any problems knowing how to make the Apple logo appear using keyboard presses.

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2 opinions for How do I make the Apple logo appear using my keyboard?

  • Lachlan
    Jul 5, 2008 at 11:33 pm

    Or else you can turn on the keyboard viewer under System Preferences -> International -> Input Menu … I personally have it in my Menu Bar so I can launch it quickly - it shows all symbols etc when the modifier keys are pressed.


  • Oscar
    Jul 7, 2008 at 9:22 pm

    Nice post! I didn’t know about this widget … really handy.

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