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Mobile Phone 📱 emoji in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

How to insert the Mobile Phone 📱 or smartphone emoji into Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Outlook.  Both in Office for Windows and Office for Mac.

How Mobile Phone 📱 symbol looks in different fonts.

The mobile phone emoji is available in these standard Windows fonts: Segoe UI Emoji and Segoe UI Symbol.

Not surprisingly, the Apple Color Emoji font version looks more like an iPhone.

Mobile Phone / smartphone 📱 codes

These are the important code numbers or values you’ll need to enter the Mobile Phone or 📱

Decimal:  128241  Hex:   1f4f1

Web:  📱 or 📱

(web codes aren’t used in Microsoft Office, we’ve included them for the sake of completeness.)

Word and Outlook

The Mobile Phone 📱  sign does NOT have an inbuilt shortcut in Word.

Use the standard Word Alt + X symbol shortcut 1f4f1  + Alt + X

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

Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

Insert | Symbols | Symbol and look for the  Mobile Phone symbol.

Window 11/10 Emoji Panel

The Windows 11/10 Emoji Panel has the Mobile Phone 📱  character. Use Win + . (period/fullstop) to open the panel then search for ‘phone’.

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MacOS and Office for Mac inserting characters

On a Mac, to enter the Mobile Phone 📱 symbol:

  • Command + Control + Spacebar shortcut to open the Character Viewer.  
  • Search for “ phone “ and the Viewer should find the symbol you need among many phone emoji.

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

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