What is wingdings translators? Wingdings a is combined of glyphs from Lucida Icons, Arrows and Stars licensed from Charles Bigelow Chris Holmes were initially developed in the 1990s by Microsoft. It is a series of Dingbat font which renders letter as a variety of symbols.
When you type a letter on your keyboard, a Wingdings letter will appear. Wingdings also was known as ‘Dingbat’ font because ornamental symbols called dingbats were often used by early printers for aesthetic purpose. The original wingdings have 3 variations, that are: Wingdings 2, Windings 3, and Webdings.
The Wingding fonts are most often to translate emotions such as a smiley face, hi-five, thumbs up and so on. For social media users, Wingding Symbol may be a necessity for supporting message transfer. Because Emoticon, the nickname of emotion symbols can describe your feelings as well. So peoples are unnecessary to write completely about what they actually feel.
But, the disadvantage of the Wingdings is, when you copy the Wingdings symbols, you can’t be able to paste it anywhere. You will just end up pasting the actual keyboard character you already typed. So, you need a Wingdings Translator to convert the Wingdings symbol into a readable letter.
How to Translate Wingdings Symbols
To translate the Wingdings, you can use Unicode, which is one of computing industry standards which standardize thousands of symbols, letters, and characters of the relevant parts of the computing industry.
Unicode can make a translation in any characters and symbol and convert it into readable text and can be copied everywhere. But, even Unicode can translate many symbols, no all browser implement this yet. So, some symbols may can’t be translated. There are several steps you need to translate the Wingdings symbol into readable letters using Unicode:
Select the document
Before you translate, you have to select the document with existing Wingdings Symbol.
Place your mouse cursor to select the symbols. Drag the cursor to the other end of Wingdings text while still holding the left mouse bottom down. After you have all selected of the text you want to translate, let go of the mouse down.
Select your processor program
After you copied the Wingdings symbols by pressing “CTRL + C”, now open up your processor program. Then paste your copied document by pressing “CTRL + V”, or you can use manual way by clicking your mouse right button and then select paste.
Locating the font box
After paste it, you have to locate the font box in the top of the toolbar and click on the arrow. It is usually located on the right in most programs.
Then scroll down the result until you find the font that is in a readable letter and click it. The Wingdings symbols on the page will immediately be translated into readable text.
That’s all about the steps about how to use Wingdings translator to convert the symbols into readable text. You can try for further knowledge. But, the steps above are just for Unicode processor. It may vary among processors. So, don’t be hesitate to try it in other programs.