Some of the new PC Keyboards, especially ones that are sold in Europe, should have the Euro (€) sign readily available in one of the key.  But if yours, like mine, doesn’t have it, then we will need to type it using some combination keys.  There are 2 ways of getting a € sign with PC keyboard that I know of:

1. Type CTRL + ALT + 4

2. Type ALT + 0128 (In Numeric Pad)

Hope these help!

If you have another way of doing it please let me know and I will include it here.

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  1. George Papandreou
    February 6, 2015 at 9:38 am

    I have my windows with secondary greek language. To use cntl+alt+E (or +4 for GBP) I must switch first to greek, and then it works. If I leave it in English, it ain't work. Anyhow, thanx for info bro

  2. lbd
    February 18, 2015 at 12:25 am

    It's CTRL+ALT+5

  3. Steve
    May 1, 2015 at 6:48 pm


    On my old lap top, in English, the CTRL + ALT + 4 works sending a Email using Outlook Express, but when I click 'send', I get a message warning me that the recipient might not get this in his message, I don't know if he got it.

    Thanks for your help.


  4. Katie C
    July 23, 2015 at 8:51 am

    Huge thanks for clear and helpful answer on € sign.

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