♝ | Black Chess Bishop Symbol (Meaning, How To Type on Keyboard, & More)


In this guide, you will learn a lot about the Black Chess Bishop Symbol.

First, we’ll look at its meaning, then the steps you may take to type this symbol text on your keyboard, and many other things.

Without any further ado, let’s get started.

Meaning of the Black Chess Bishop

The Black Chess Bishop is one of the most iconic symbols in the world of gaming. It represents strength, power, and authority, and is often seen as a symbol of victory.

The Black Chess Bishop is a powerful figure who commands respect and commands fear. This symbol is a master of strategy and tactics, and his ability to outthink and outmaneuver his opponents is legendary.

You can also remember this symbol of excellence in the world of gaming, and his presence on the battlefield is sure to inspire those around him to greatness.

In Unicode, the Black Chess Bishop text symbol is the character at code point U+0265D. Its HTML code is ♝ and you can type it on your keyboard by pressing Alt + 9821 (in MS Word Only).

Continue reading for more details on this symbol.

Copy Black Chess Bishop Text Symbol

You can copy and paste this text Symbol wherever you need it. The copy button above will save you some time in doing so.

You can then paste it anywhere by pressing Ctrl and V on your keyboard once it has been copied.

Black Chess Bishop Symbol Information Table

There is some helpful information about the Black Chess Bishop text Symbol in the table below.

SYMBOL
NAMEBlack Chess Bishop
CATEGORYChess & Card Symbols
ALT CODE9821
SHORTCUT 1 (MS WORD)Alt + 9821
SHORTCUT 2 (MS WORD)0265D, Alt X
UNICODEU+0265D
HTML CODE♝
HEX CODE♝
HTML ENTITY
CSS CODE\265D

To the best of our ability, the above table presents valuable information about this text Symbol, including the keyboard shortcut, Unicode, and HTML code.

Continue reading to gain a better understanding of how to get this symbol.

How to Get the Black Chess Bishop Sign

Although there is no dedicated key on the keyboard to type the Black Chess Bishop symbol, you can still get it through the keyboard.

You can also insert this symbol in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Google Docs if you use one of the Microsoft Office or Google apps.

Below you’ll find several methods for accessing this symbol, including keyboard shortcuts and methods utilizing MS Office and Google Docs’ built-in navigation systems.

The Black Chess Bishop Alt Code (Keyboard Shortcut)

The Black Chess Bishop Alt Code is Alt + 9821.

Note: This Alt Code shortcut works in Microsoft Word for Windows only.

This Alt code method can be used to type this symbol by holding down the Alt key while typing 9821 on the separate numeric keypad on the right side of the keyboard

Below is a detailed step-by-step guide you may use to type the Symbol for Black Chess Bishop with your keyboard.

  • Open your Microsoft Word document where you need to type this symbol.
  • Place your cursor in the document where you need to type this symbol.
  • On the keyboard, press down the Alt key with one hand.
  • As you hold down the Alt key, use your other hand to press the Black Chess Bishop symbol Alt Code (9821).
  • Now release the Alt key.

After you release the Alt key, the Black Chess Bishop text symbol (♝) will immediately appear precisely where you place the cursor.

Insert Black Chess Bishop Symbol in Word/Excel/PowerPoint

You can quickly insert the Black Chess Bishop using simple mouse navigation in Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.

The steps below will show you how to insert the Black Chess Bishop” symbol in Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.

  • Open your Word or Excel, or PowerPoint document.
  • Go to the Insert tab.
MS Word Insert Tab
  • On the far-right section, you’ll see the Symbols group. Select Symbol > More Symbols.
MS Word Insert More Symbols

The Symbol window will appear as below.

Microsoft Word Symbol Window
  • The symbol (♝) can be found in this window. To find it quickly, change the font to Segoe UI Symbol, then type 265D in the Character code: box. The Black Chess Bishop sign will be selected as soon as you type the code.
  • Please insert it into your Word document by clicking the Insert button.
  • Close the Symbol dialog.

These are the steps for inserting the Black Chess Bishop symbol (♝) and any other symbol in Microsoft Word or other Office apps on both Windows and Mac OS.

Black Chess Bishop Symbol In Google Docs

Google Docs is another text editor with which users may struggle to type or insert the Black Chess Bishop sign.

Meanwhile, Google Docs provides the most straightforward method for inserting symbols that are not found on the keyboard.

Without further ado, let’s get into it.

To get the Black Chess Bishop Symbol in Google Docs:

  • Launch Google Docs and position your cursor where the symbol is going to be inserted.
  • Go to Insert > Special Characters.
Go to Insert > Special Characters in Google Docs

The Insert special characters window will appear., which includes a search bar and a drawing pad.

  • Using the Search bar, search for Black Chess Bishop. Then, in the search results, double-click on the text Symbol for Black Chess Bishop to insert it into Google Docs.
  • You can also draw the Black Chess Bishop Symbol using the drawing pad located below the search bar. If Google Docs recognizes the drawing, it will display the symbol and similar signs in the results box. Then double-click the symbol to insert it.

These are the steps to insert this and any other symbol into Google Docs.

Black Chess Bishop Symbol on The Character Map (Windows)

In Windows, the Character Map is a tool that can be used to view characters in any installed font, determine what keyboard input (or Alt code) is used to type those characters, and copy characters to the clipboard instead of typing them with your keyboard.

This section will demonstrate how to use the Character Map tools to copy and paste this Symbol easily.

Without further ado, let’s get into it.

  • Search for Character Map in the Windows Start menu.
Searching for the Character Map in Windows
  • You should see the character Map appear in the search results. Click on it to launch it.
  • When it’s open, go to the bottom left corner of the window and click to expand the Advance view options.
Character Map Advanced View
  • To quickly locate the Black Chess Bishop Symbol on the Character Map, change the Font to Segoe UI Symbol and search for the symbol name (Black Chess Bishop) in the search box.

The symbol will be displayed for you to copy.

  • To copy this symbol, double-click it, and it will be selected in the Characters to copy box. Then finally, click the Copy button to copy it to your clipboard.
  • Place your cursor where you want the symbol and press Ctrl + V to paste it.

And there you have it.

These are the steps you can take to copy and paste the Black Chess Bishop symbol or other symbols on your Windows PC.

Adding Black Chess Bishop in HTML/CSS

The HTML code for the Black Chess Bishop symbol is ♝

The CSS code for the Black Chess Bishop Symbol is \265D

Symbols like the Black Chess Bishop that are not found on your keyboard can also be added in HTML using entities.

HTML entities are used to display invisible and reserved characters that would otherwise be read as HTML code. It’s in the form of a string of text that starts with an ampersand (&) and ends with a semicolon (;).

To add the Black Chess Bishop Symbol to an HTML page, you can use its entity name or number (decimal or hexadecimal reference) as shown in the example below:

// html example
<span> &#9821; </span>

To display the Black Chess Bishop from CSS, you can use a CSS short code or CSS entity as shown in the example below:

// CSS example
span {
  content: "\265D";
}

Conclusion

Most people have difficulty typing or inserting this symbol. So, we’ve broken down the various methods and steps required to type or get it into your documents.

And as you can see above, we’ve attempted to cover as much information about the Black Chess Bishop text Symbol as possible.

Thank you for taking the time to go through this blog.

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