How to Circle a Number on Microsoft Word

How to Circle a Number on Microsoft Word

This wikiHow teaches you how to add a circled number (also known as an “enclosed alphanumeric”) to your Microsoft Word document.

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  1. Open Microsoft Word. If you’re using Windows, click the Windows menu, select Microsoft Office, then Microsoft Word. If you’re using a Mac, you should find the Microsoft Word icon on the dock or launchpad.
    Circle a Number on Microsoft Word Step 1.jpg
  2. Click . It’s at the top of the screen.
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  3. Click . You’ll see it on the panel at the top of the screen, toward the right.
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  4. Click .
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  5. Click the “Font” drop-down menu. It’s near the top of the window.
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  6. Select .
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  7. Click the “Subset” drop-down menu. It’s right next to the “Font” menu.
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  8. Select .
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  9. Click the circled number you want to add.
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  10. Click . The circled number now appears in your Word document.
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