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Subject:Re: en and em dashes From:Michael Cargal <michael -at- NANMCKAY -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 21 May 1996 15:32:18 -0700
>If those Alt+0151, etc. dashes are going into an HTML document
>for the WWW, think twice. Those codes are Windows specific
I just inserted Alt-0151 into a test html document and viewed it on Netscape
2.01, and it showed up fine.
Nan McKay and Associates
El Cajon, California
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