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>>I'm not running Windows, but my ANSI cheat sheet
>>tells me that to get mu (micro), you switch to
>>the Symbol font and type Alt-0109 (hold down the
>>Alt key and type these numbers on the numeric
>>keypad). If that works, let techwr-l know so
>>that others can benefit from your question.
>>If not, please provide the correct shortcut (ditto).
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