It’s important to know Windows and macOS keyboard shortcuts, because we can waste a lot of time if we don’t insert a particular sign. This is the case with “underline”, although it can be seen on the keyboard, it cannot be entered directly and then we will teach you how to highlight from a Mac keyboard.
a The most widely used sign today is “underline”, which we can see in web addresses, usernames, or emails. Therefore, it is necessary to know how to access this symbol from your personal computer. But remember that there are some aspects to consider, such as the type of keyboard you are using.
On Mac computers, there is not much difference from Windows in accessing the screen highlight. And you’ll see how easy it is to do that, as well as how to turn off a Mac PC with a keyboard. Let’s see then what steps we need to take enter the underscore on the Mac keyboard.
What is the way to get the “underline” on your Mac keyboard?
It is very it’s easy to highlight the Mac keyboard and one of the most straightforward ways for you is to use key combinations. In this case you have to hold down the Shift key, which is located on the sides of the alphabet keyboard. Which is represented by the upward arrow symbol.
ISO in Spanish
Now once you press the Shift key on the keyboard you need to press the ‘-‘ key, this key may have a different position on the keyboard. And that will depend on the language you type on the keyboard you are using. Bada That you use the ISO Spanish keyboard, the ‘-‘ key will be placed to the left of the Shift key to the right of the keyboard.
From a British or US English keyboard
Now, if you use the English or US English keyboard, the ‘-‘ key is in another field. You can see the symbol next to the number ‘0’ at the top of the keyboard. I don’t know find its numerical zoneRemember the Shift key and then this key to display the “underline”.
Where can I copy and paste ‘emphasis’ whenever needed?
The fastest and easiest way to find the symbol you need to insert into a document you’re typing on your Mac is arguably from a web page, from there you can search and copy the ‘underline’, and then paste it where you prefer. As simple and complex as we would take when taking a screenshot from a Mac.
What alternative do you have if your keyboard doesn’t specifically supply that part?
Your physical keyboard may not work for some strange reason, and you may not feel that way. Rest assured, Mac computers have an accessibility feature that you enter this or any other screen character.
To access the virtual keyboard provided by your Mac, follow these simple steps. First you need to go to the top left corner where you will find the apple icon and do it click to display menu options.
The next step is to select the ‘System Preferences’ option, then select the ‘Accessibility’ option and then the ‘Keyboard’ option. The next step is to search for and select the “Enable Accessibility Keyboard” box to activate it. This way, each time you press the Shift + – key, will show the underline icon.
You can use another way in cases where the above does not allow you to underline ‘Character map ‘. There you will not only get the highlight, but also the many special signs and symbols.
You must have access to the ‘Character Map’ use keyboard shortcuts and in our case you have to press Ctrl + Cmd + Spacebar. This action will show on the map screen. Now find the underline and double click on it to add it to the text.
To exit the map, all you have to do is press the Esc key. Therefore, you can easily enter any other symbol you cannot do this directly through the keyboard. For example, like writing a copyright symbol on a Mac.