If you're using the equation writer (Alt+=), this character has a Math

AutoCorrect shortcut. Type \subseteq and then press the spacebar.

In regular text, you have two possibilities. One is to go to Office button >

Word Options > Proofing > AutoCorrect Options > Math AutoCorrect, and check

the box to use Math AutoCorrect in regular text; then use the \subseteq

shortcut.

The other way is to type the number 2286 and then press Alt+X. The way to

find this and similar symbols is to click Insert > Symbol > More Symbols to

open the dialog; set the font to Cambria Math; set the Subset to

Mathematical Operators; and scroll through the display. When you find the

character you want, you can click it and click the Insert button, or you can

note the shortcut key (or set a different one), or you can add an

AutoCorrect entry to insert it.

Besides Cambria Math, you'll find this character in Arial Unicode MS and in

Lucida Sans Unicode.

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Regards,

Jay Freedman

Microsoft Word MVP

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