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We use MS Word Wingdings2 to insert circled numbers (character codes 117-126) in our documentation. The problem is that only numbers zero through ten are available. We now need 11-20. First I tried to re-create the symbols manually by using a text box on top of a circle, but I can't match the font exactly and it looks terrible. Does anyone know what font is used in these symbols? Or, is there another set of character codes that go beyond 10 that I'm not finding?
BTW, I'm using Word 2003 for Windows XP.
Please CC me directly as I'm on digest.
Thanks in advance!
Lexington Park, Maryland
pfassett -at- sabresystems -dot- com
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