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???? Type Broken Heart Emoji Symbol on Keyboard (in Word)

In today’s article, you’ll learn how to use some keyboard shortcuts and other methods to type or insert the Broken Heart Symbol (text) in MS Word for Windows.

Just before we begin, I’ll like to tell you that you can also use the button below to copy and paste the Broken Heart symbol text into your work for free.

However, if you just want to type this symbol on your keyboard, the actionable steps below will show you everything you need to know.

Broken Heart Symbol [????] Quick Guide

To type the Broken Heart Symbol on Word for Windows, simply press down the Alt key and type 128148 using the numeric keypad, then let go of the Alt key. This shortcut works only in MS Word.

The below table contains all the information you need to type this Symbol on the keyboard on Word for Windows PC.

NameBroken Heart
Symbol Text????
Alt Code128148
Shortcut for WindowsAlt+128148

Broken heart symbol shortcut on Keyboard

The quick guide above provides some useful shortcuts and alt codes on how to type the Broken Heart symbol in Word on Windows.

For more details, below are some other methods you can also use to insert this symbol into your work such as Word or Excel document.

How to type Broken Heart Symbol [text] in Word

Microsoft Office provides several methods for typing Broken Heart Symbol or inserting symbols that do not have dedicated keys on the keyboard.

In this section, I will make available for you 3 different methods you can use to type or insert this and any other symbol on your PC, like in MS Word for Windows.

Without any further ado, let’s get started.

See Also: How to type Love Symbol in Word

Using the Symbol Alt Code

The Broken Heart Symbol alt code is 128148.

Even though this Symbol has no dedicated key on the keyboard, you can still type it on the keyboard with the Alt code method. To do this, press and hold the Alt key whilst pressing the Broken Heart Alt code (i.e. 128148) using the numeric keypad.

This method works on Windows only. And your keyboard must also have a numeric keypad.

Below is a break-down of the steps you can take to type the Broken Heart Sign on your Windows PC:

  • Place your insertion pointer where you need the Broken Heart Symbol text.
  • Press and hold one of the Alt keys on your keyboard.
  • Whilst holding on to the Alt key, press the Broken Heart Symbol’s alt code (128148). You must use the numeric keypad to type the alt code. If you are using a laptop without the numeric keypad, this method may not work for you. On some laptops, there’s a hidden numeric keypad which you can enable by pressing Fn+NmLk on the keyboard.
  • Release the Alt key after typing the Alt code to insert the Symbol into your document.
Broken heart symbol shortcut on Keyboard

This is how you may type this symbol in Word using the Alt Code method.

Copy and Paste Broken Heart Sign ???? (text)

Another easy way to get the Broken Heart Symbol on any PC is to use my favorite method: copy and paste.

All you have to do is to copy the symbol from somewhere like a web page, or the character map for windows users, and head over to where you need the symbol (say in Word or Excel), then hit Ctrl+V to paste.

Below is the symbol for you to copy and paste into your Word document. Just select it and press Ctrl+C to copy, switch over to Microsoft Word, place your insertion pointer at the desired location, and press Ctrl+V to paste.


Alternatively, just use the copy button at the beginning of this post.


As you can see, there are several different methods you can use to type the Broken Heart Sign in Microsoft Word.

Using the alt code shortcut for Word makes the fastest option for this task. Shortcuts are always fast.

Thank you very much for reading this blog.

If you have anything thing to say or questions to ask concerning the Broken Heart Symbol, please drop it in the comments.

Abdulai Abarika

My name is Abdulai Abarika , and I am the person behind this blog. I am a lifelong learner that is constantly fascinated by technology. I believe that fundamentally, all computer users are typists. So, learning how to type was the first step I took when I first decided to learn about technology. This blog is about teaching you how to type the symbols or characters hidden on the keyboard.

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