Re: Unicode and Word

From: Mark E. Davis (
Date: Sat Jan 01 2000 - 22:20:22 EST

I'm afraid that I can't be much help. I know on the Mac there are simple
visual editors (like Resedit) that let you make a keyboard with whatever
characters you want on them.You with a command key you can switch to for
typing different characters. There are probably similar programs available
on Windows, but you'd have to search them out. I will post this also to the
Unicode mailing list; perhaps someone there can help.


Bill Mallon wrote:

> Mark-
> I hope this question isn't too trivial for you. I write material about
> the Olympics and for the International Olympic Committee and have been
> hampered by lack of support in ASCII for many of the foreign
> diacriticals. Unicode is a perfect solution. I do have Microsoft Word
> 2000 and Visual FoxPro 6.0 which is how I input most of the data. Is
> there any shorthand way to insert a Unicode character in those programs
> short of going into Insert->Symbol, and choosing the appropriate
> Unicode?
> Thank you for your time.
> Bill Mallon

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