How to Do a Heart on Yahoo Messenger

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If a simple "<3" isn't enough to convey your true feelings or you want to add a cute symbol to your status updates or other information on Yahoo! Messenger, making a heart with an alt code is a simple way to do so. Alt codes can make hundreds of different symbols and are created by entering a numerical code while pressing the "Alt" key on your keyboard.

  • Click inside the Messenger text box where you want to place the heart, such as in the field to type a message to one of your contacts.

  • Turn on number lock by pressing the "Num Lock" key if the light indicating number lock is not currently lit.

  • Press and hold the left "Alt" key on your keyboard.

  • Press the "3" key on the number pad on your keyboard to make a heart. In order to have the symbol show properly, you may have to hold the number down for one to two seconds before releasing the number and the "Alt" key.

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