Accessing Glyphs on your in silhouette

Open the program Silhouette Studio

Type your text in your program.
Select the font you want in your text / font drop-down box.

Now you will need to open Windows Character Map. This application is included on all Windows computers. To access Character Map just hit the windows bar and start typing

“Character Map”.

Open the application and in the “Font” dropdown, select the font you want to use and make sure the “Advanced View” box is checked.

In the “Group by” dropdown select “Unicode Subrange”

In the “Group By” menu that opened on the right side, scroll to the bottom and select “Private Use Characters”.

Now on the left side you will see all the PUA encoded characters. You can click on the characters to see them a little bit bigger.

If you want to use one of the characters click “Select” and after click “Copy”.

Click back onto your work space. Select your text and delete the letter you would like to replace with a glyph.

Once the letter is deleted, press Ctrl V to paste the Glyph you copied from the Character Map app onto your Text.