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‘–’ Em dashes
Hold down Shift + Option and then type a hyphen - .
Hold Alt and typing 0150 on your number pad.
Hold Alt and typing 0150 on your number pad. Alternatively, hold the Fn key and select the key for em dash, usually shown in blue (on selective laptops).
‘°’ Celcius symbol
Option + K.
Hold Alt and typing 0176 on your number pad.
Hold Alt and typing 0176 on your number pad. Alternatively, hold the Fn key and select the key for em dash, usually shown in blue (on selective laptops).