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It looks like the text has used a "private use area" character for the emoji.

In LibO Writer, I think most of the emoji are already defined as keyboard shortcuts using the "standard" word equivalvents. In your example, I assume that "red car" is [U+1F697][e]. If you type the standard "short code" (as shown at that Emojipedia link) = :car: in LibO Writer, you will get the emoji:

emoji-in-writer

To see the list of these shortcuts in Writer, go to Tools > AutoCorrect > AutoCorrect Options... and scrolls down the defined shortcuts in the Replace tab.

It looks like the text has used a "private use area" character for the emoji.

In LibO Writer, I think most of the emoji are already defined as keyboard shortcuts using the "standard" word equivalvents. In your example, I assume that "red car" is [U+1F697][e]U+1F697. If you type the standard "short code" (as shown at that Emojipedia link) = :car: in LibO Writer, you will get the emoji:

emoji-in-writer

To see the list of these shortcuts in Writer, go to Tools > AutoCorrect > AutoCorrect Options... and scrolls down the defined shortcuts in the Replace tab.

It looks like the text has used a "private use area" character for the emoji.

In LibO Writer, I think most of the emoji are already defined as keyboard shortcuts using the "standard" word equivalvents. In your example, I assume that "red car" is U+1F697. If you type the standard "short code" (as shown at that Emojipedia link) = :car: in LibO Writer, you will get the emoji:

emoji-in-writer

To see the list of these shortcuts in Writer, go to Tools > AutoCorrect > AutoCorrect Options... and scrolls down the defined shortcuts in the Replace tab.

It looks like the text has used a "private use area" character for the emoji.

In LibO Writer, I think most of the emoji are already defined as keyboard shortcuts using the "standard" word equivalvents. standard equivalvents in word(s). In your example, I assume that "red car" is U+1F697. If you type the standard "short code" (as shown at that Emojipedia link) = :car: in LibO Writer, you will get the emoji:

emoji-in-writer

To see the list of these shortcuts in Writer, go to Tools > AutoCorrect > AutoCorrect Options... and scrolls down the defined shortcuts in the Replace tab.

It looks like the text has used a "private use area" character for the emoji.

In LibO Writer, I think most of the emoji are already defined as keyboard shortcuts using the standard equivalvents in word(s). In your example, I assume that "red car" is U+1F697. If you type the standard "short code" (as shown at that Emojipedia link) = :car: in LibO Writer, you will get the emoji:

emoji-in-writer

To see the list of these shortcuts in Writer, go to Tools > AutoCorrect > AutoCorrect Options... and scrolls scroll down the defined shortcuts in the Replace tab.tab to see the shortcut code and emoji equivalent.

It looks like the text has used a "private use area" character for the emoji.

In LibO Writer, I think most of the emoji are already defined as keyboard shortcuts using the standard equivalvents in word(s). In your example, I assume that "red car" is U+1F697. If you type the standard "short code" (as shown at that Emojipedia link) = :car: in LibO Writer, you will get the emoji:

emoji-in-writer

To see the list of these shortcuts in Writer, go to Tools > AutoCorrect > AutoCorrect Options... and scroll down the defined shortcuts in the Replace tab to see the shortcut code and emoji equivalent.


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It looks like the text has used a "private use area" character for the emoji.

In LibO Writer, I think most of the emoji are already defined as keyboard shortcuts using the standard equivalvents in word(s). In your example, I assume that "red car" is U+1F697. If you type the standard "short code" (as shown at that Emojipedia link) = :car: in LibO Writer, you will get the emoji:

emoji-in-writer

To see the list of these shortcuts in Writer, go to Tools > AutoCorrect > AutoCorrect Options... and scroll down the defined shortcuts in the Replace tab to see the shortcut code and emoji equivalent.

If the emoji do not render on your machine -- it might be that you need a font which includes the full repetoire on your system. You can use the OpenSansEmoji font, if need be, or check other options in this GraphicDesign.StackExchange Q&A.


To show the community your question has been answered, click the ✓ next to the correct answer, and "upvote" by clicking on the ^ arrow of any helpful answers. These are the mechanisms for communicating the quality of the Q&A on this site. Thanks!

It looks like the text has used a "private use area" character for the emoji.

In LibO Writer, I think most of the emoji are already defined as keyboard shortcuts using the standard equivalvents in word(s). In your example, I assume that "red car" is U+1F697. If you type the standard "short code" (as shown at that Emojipedia link) = :car: in LibO Writer, you will get the emoji:

emoji-in-writer

To see the list of these shortcuts in Writer, go to Tools > AutoCorrect > AutoCorrect Options... and scroll down the defined shortcuts in the Replace tab to see the shortcut code and emoji equivalent.

If the emoji do not render on your machine -- it might be that you need a font which includes the full repetoire repertoire on your system. You can use the OpenSansEmoji font, if need be, or check other options in this GraphicDesign.StackExchange Q&A.


To show the community your question has been answered, click the ✓ next to the correct answer, and "upvote" by clicking on the ^ arrow of any helpful answers. These are the mechanisms for communicating the quality of the Q&A on this site. Thanks!

It looks like the text has used a "private use area" character for the emoji.

In LibO Writer, I think most of the emoji are already defined as keyboard shortcuts using the standard equivalvents equivalents in word(s). In your example, I assume that "red car" is U+1F697. If you type the standard "short code" (as shown at that Emojipedia link) = :car: in LibO Writer, you will get the emoji:

emoji-in-writer

To see the list of these shortcuts in Writer, go to Tools > AutoCorrect > AutoCorrect Options... and scroll down the defined shortcuts in the Replace tab to see the shortcut code and emoji equivalent.

If the emoji do not render on your machine -- it might be that you need a font which includes the full repertoire on your system. You can use the OpenSansEmoji font, if need be, or check other options in this GraphicDesign.StackExchange Q&A.


To show the community your question has been answered, click the ✓ next to the correct answer, and "upvote" by clicking on the ^ arrow of any helpful answers. These are the mechanisms for communicating the quality of the Q&A on this site. Thanks!