The infinity symbol is a mathematical symbol. It is sometimes called **lemniscate**. In this article, you will learn how to insert an infinity symbol in **Google Sheets**.

## A Sample of Practice Spreadsheet

## 2 Simple Ways to Insert Infinity Symbol in Google Sheets

Let’s assume a data set that contains two rows and two columns. The first column shows the **Symbol Name** and the second column is for the corresponding **Symbol**. Suppose you have to enter the symbol infinity in the Symbol column.

### 1. Using Keyboard Shortcut

You can easily input an infinity symbol by using a keyboard shortcut in Google Sheets. Follow the steps below.

**Steps:**

- Double-click and select
**cell****C5**.

- Press the
**ALT+236**from the Numerical pad of the keyboard, release the**ALT**key, and press**ENTER**.

### 2. Applying Copy-Paste Feature

You can copy the Euro symbol from anywhere you want and paste it into the desired cell. It is the easiest way. Here we will discuss **Google Docs**, **Windows Character Map**, and **Google Search**.

**Note:**To make things easy for you, here’s the infinity symbol for you to copy:

**∞**

#### 2.1 Using Google Docs

**Google Sheets** does not have the feature to insert symbols. But you can easily insert symbols in Google Sheets with the help of Google Docs. Here are the steps.

**Steps:**

- First, open a document on Google Docs. Then, from the
**Insert**menu, select the**Special Characters**option.

- From the
**Insert special characters**tab, select**Symbol**from the left drop-down options and**Maths**from the right drop-down options.

- You can find the symbol by using the
**search by keyword or code point**option. Here, type**infinity**into the search box.

- You can also type the code point
**U+221E**for the infinity symbol into the search box.

- You can also draw the symbol in the box labeled
**Draw a symbol here**. Then, from the options, choose the character.

- Then select the
**Infinity**symbol from the menu to insert it into the Google Document. - Close the
**Insert special characters**box. Then**Copy**the symbol from the Google Doc file.

- Switch back to Google Sheets. Select
**cell C5**and**Paste**the copied symbol.

- The final output will look like the below screenshot.

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#### 2.2 Utilizing Windows Character Map

You can use the Character Map feature of Windows to copy-paste a **special character** into a Google Sheet.

**Steps:**

- To navigate the feature, first, search for the
**Character Map**using the Search bar option of windows.

- Select
**Advanced view**, then type the Unicode for the infinity symbol**221E**in the**Go to Unicode**text box.

- Select the symbol to copy. Then click to
**Copy**.

- Go back to Google Sheets and
**Paste**the symbol on the selected cell.

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#### 2.3 Applying Google Search

The simplest way to insert the symbol is to search for it on the web and copy-paste it.

**Steps:**

- First, go to the google search bar in your browser and type
**Infinity**or**Infinity symbol**. You will find the symbol easily in the search results.

**Copy**the symbol.

- Then
**Paste**it on the desired cell.

- The end result will look like the screenshot below.

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## Conclusion

Following the methods, hopefully, you can easily enter the infinity symbol in the Google Sheets. You can practice on the practice spreadsheet on your own. For further queries or suggestions, please comment below in the comment section. You can find more Google Spreadsheet-related blogs on our **OfficeWheel **blogs.

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