Date: Wed Mar 26 2008 - 16:34:11 CST
Raymond wrote on 2008-03-26 21:21:43:
> It is easy if you are writing in Word:
> 113 + Ctrl-X will give you ē (=U+0113).
> 112 + Ctrl-X gives Ē, and 114 + Ctrl-X gives Ĕ.
That should Alt-X, not Ctl-X.
And be careful what you put before the 113. Don't put digits 1-9, or
characters a-f, or x, or perhaps several other characters. If alt-x
doesn't work as expected, try putting a space before the 113 (or before
the 0113 which I would expect to have been recommended).
And for your sanity: if alt-x does something unexpected, remember that
ctl-z is undo.
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