Type double circled digits in Word, Excel and more

Insert digits with double circles from to in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook etc. Use them as an alternative way to number a list like this …

Double Circled digits in different fonts

Only two common Office fonts have double circled digits Segoe UI Symbol and Calibri. Here’s how the symbols look in both fonts plus the Unicode Hex value to easily find or insert them.

Double circled digit symbol codes 

These are the important code numbers or values you’ll need to enter the double circled digit symbols.  The hex value (e.g. 24F5) lets you insert or find each symbol quickly.

Use the Alt + X shortcut in Word for Windows, for example type 24F5 then Alt + X to type ⓵

Double Circled Digit –  One


Double Circled Digit – Two


Double Circled Digit –  Three


Double Circled Digit – Four


Double Circled Digit – Five


Double Circled Digit – Six


Double Circled Digit –  Seven


Double Circled Digit –  Eight


Double Circled Digit –  Nine


Quick access for commonly used symbols. 

If you use a symbol often, a fast way to enter it is AutoCorrect. 

Once in a document you can copy it to AutoCorrect and make your own shortcut. 

Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

Go to Insert | Symbols | Symbol then type in the Hex value from the above list.

Windows Emoji Panel

The current Windows Emoji Panel (Windows 10 and 11) doesn’t have the double circled digit symbols! 

MacOS and Office for Mac inserting characters

On a Mac, to enter the Male, Female or combo symbol: 

  • Command + Control + Spacebar shortcut to open the Character Viewer.    
  • Search for “ double circled ’” and the Viewer should find the symbol you need.  

Despite the name Character Viewer, the Apple system tool will also insert characters into any program, including Office for Mac. 

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