From: Joe Speroni (Joe@Speroni.Com)
Date: Tue Jun 22 2004 - 15:51:11 CDT
I got an enormous number of answers and you had the solution to my problem.
I learned how to get to the Windows Character Map utility
(START-PROGRAMS-ACCESSORIES-SYSTEM TOOLS- CHARACTERS MAP).
I was reminded that ALT+UNICODE (decimal) inputs characters into Windows
applications, and discovered UNICODE (hex) +ALT-X inputs into Word.
The characters I needed were in the Latin Extended-A block and are part of
the Windows Arial UNICODE MS.
All I can plead is poor eye sight (humor). Sorry to have troubled so many,
but thanks for taking the time for your replies.
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