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#11016 06/25/02 10:04 PM
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anybody have an easy way to add electrical symbols or fonts to msword docs?

#11017 06/25/02 11:39 PM
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AAaaaaggghh!!! I can't make it work now!!

{Lots of pages of Greek letters and stuff in Windows under character map via the clipboard.}

¡× - section
©ª - phi
¥Ä - delta


Also, within Word, try Insert/Symbol




[This message has been edited by Bjarney (edited 06-25-2002).]

#11018 06/27/02 12:08 AM
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I know if you hold down the "Alt" key, and type 0216, it becomes "theta" or the phase symbol

Of course it won't do it here, darn thing just keeps binging at me [Linked Image]

Dallas

#11019 06/27/02 08:15 AM
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º alt167
Ø alt 0216
® alt 0430
™ alt 0665
© alt 0681

Test to see if these work...

Go here for more!
http://nslsweb.nsls.bnl.gov/nsls/misc/ascii-symbols.htm


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#11020 06/27/02 09:40 PM
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Cindy,

be sure your " Num Lock " is on to use the " Alt + numeric keys ".



[This message has been edited by Gwz (edited 06-27-2002).]

#11021 06/27/02 09:46 PM
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How can the Square Root symbol be printed ?

Glenn

#11022 06/28/02 12:49 AM
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alt+251 is one way...


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#11023 06/28/02 09:55 PM
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Alt+251 only prints an Underline " _ " on my machine.

Glenn

#11024 08/27/05 12:21 AM
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Digging up old threads again. These work for Mac OS X users.

Hold down Alt-Option eith the letter to use the characters.
1= ¡
2= ™
3= £
4= ¢
5= ?
6= §
7= ¶
8= •
9= ª
0= º

Q= Œ
W= ?
E= ´
R= ®
T= †
Y= Á
U=¨
I= ˆ
O= Ø (Here it is)
P=?
A= Å
S= Í
D= Î
F= Ï
G= ©
H= Ó
J= Ô
K= ?
L= Ò
Z= ?
X= ?
C=Ç
V= ?
B= ?
N=˜
M=Â
<=?
>=?
/=÷
;= …
'= æ
=(equals)?

Ian A.

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