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Exporting to PDF from Google Sheets removes emoji

I exported the document to excel and it shows the emojis and then they print from there.
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How to prevent Gmail from transforming Unicode characters to emojis?

Try this way. <img alt="📞" src=""> or <img alt="&#128222;" src=""> It works for me.
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Exporting to PDF from Google Sheets removes emoji

Try using image instead of emojis? here's a sample =IMAGE("https://s3.amazonaws.com/pix.iemoji.com/images/emoji/apple/ios-12/256/face-with-tears-of-joy.png") Links of images come from emojipedia.
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Syntax for Unicode characters in regexes in Google Sheets?

There are three ways of matching Unicode characters according to Google Sheets' regular expression documentation: Using exactly two digit hex code: \xA0 Using up to three digits octal code: \240 ...
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Exporting to PDF from Google Sheets removes emoji

Solution As I explained in this Answer Export your Sheet as Web page (.Html) Open with a browser and save as a PDF Open the PDF with a PDF editor or Illustrator and delet columns and rows grids
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Exporting to PDF from Google Sheets removes emoji

I've reported this as an issue here: https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/241147770 Please vote the issue if you want Google to solve it. Note: when I use fonr Noto Emoji emojis are printed, but ...
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Exporting to PDF from Google Sheets removes emoji

if you don't have to choose exact font, emoji containing cells that are formatted with "Inconsolata" or "Sawarabi Mincho" are perfectly exported to PDF.
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How to get Google Sheets to correctly export Japanese to PDF?

You can fix this by using NFKC normalization, which reduces sequences of combining characters to single unicode characters where possible. So it won't work on あ゛ but it will work on examples like that ...
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Gmail label sorting: how to move a label to the bottom of the list

The Lydian letter A (𐤠) can be used as the initial letter of an '𐤠rchive' parent label that will appear after English-alphabet labels
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How is alphabetization determined in Excel and Google Sheets?

Microsft Windows Sorting and String Comparison Peeling back the first layers exposes the incredible complexity of sorting strings linguistically. You may have more success attacking this problem from ...
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Gmail label sorting: how to move a label to the bottom of the list

Looking at the Unicode alphabet list: https://unicode-table.com/en/alphabets/ I took a guess, chose Lydian, picked one character (𐤴) and that moved the label down.
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Inserting non-printing Unicode control chars in Google Docs

press LEFT ALT + I press C enter in search desired Unicode and then left-click on it to insert it: U+061C - Arabic Letter Mark U+200E - Left-to-right Mark U+200F - Right-to-left Mark U+202A - Left-to-...
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How do I make blogspot.com permalinks use Unicode characters?

From Blogger Post Editor, you can customize your posts with custom permalinks setting. If you prefer to use a custom permalink, you can do so via the “Permalink” option in the Post Settings box. ...
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How do I stop Twitter displaying URL contents?

When tweeting replace the dot symbol with it's ASCII value (& #046;) Twitter will then not convert your word into a hyperlink.
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