Complex numbers in PPT

Subject: Complex numbers in PPT
From: teched -dot- 38413409 -at- bloglines -dot- com
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: 27 Nov 2006 21:00:14 -0000

Hello all,

Does anyone know how to enter a complex number (usually a letter
with a bar over the top of it) in PowerPoint, without inserting an equation

We have some complex numbers in running text in the notes, so inserting
an equation object doesn't work. I have been able to insert some as symbols
from the character map, but the character map doesn't have characters for
all the letters I need (such as Z with a bar).

I searched the archives,
and I found no solutions other than the two listed above. Is anyone aware
of any other solution?

Thanks in advance,


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