using MSWord 2003.
misha_at_work said:using MSWord 2003.
DOsser said:If the font you're using has the cent symbol, just hold down the alt key
and press, in sequence, 0162. This should work in any application.
In MS Office products only, key in 00A2 and then, immediately press
Open Charmap (Start / Run / Charmap), find the symbol in the font you
want, and double-click on it. That will "copy", and you can then "paste"
it into your text.
Download and install the greatest little utility, AllChars. With that
running, all you have to do is press, in sequence, Ctrl, c, /
Allchars has similarly easy-to-remember combinations for the most common
special symbols found in most quality fonts, such as ctrl, c, o for the
copyright symbol ©, ctrl, f, f, for the function symbol ƒ, ctrl, L, L, for
the pound sign, etc.
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