CopyPasteCharacter: Lists Common Cut And Paste Special Characters

Azim Toktosunov 10-06-2009

Sometimes you need to insert a special character (copyright mark ©, currency symbol €,¥ etc) in your email message or a blog post online. Most probably you copy/paste a required character either from a Word processor program or by searching for it online.


Now, if you ever need to quickly cut and paste special characters, simply visit It contains a list of common characters and symbols on one page, including arrows, math symbols and more. Click on a symbol to select and save it in your clipboard buffer and then paste it in your text.

cut and paste special characters

Click the tab “As HTML” on top of the page to view the corresponding HTML code of the selected symbol.


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  1. Joseph Etim
    June 2, 2017 at 4:08 am

    Mobile first” is a common term thrown around by website experts but what does this really mean? Essentially, it’s when you design a website (or software) with the mobile experience as your primary consideration, rather than desktop. The amount of people browsing the web on their mobile has significantly increased over the past few years and is estimated to grow even further.

  2. June
    June 21, 2009 at 5:18 pm

    They are also missing Slavic characters. But hey, they have a feedback form and would probably be happy to hear from us!

  3. kate
    June 20, 2009 at 8:56 pm

    excellent website! thanks for sharing. wish they had common greek characters besides alpha and beta though. then it'll be perfect!