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Re: I have a template RE: List of characters for ALT key combinations
Subject:Re: I have a template RE: List of characters for ALT key combinations From:Bruce / Sarah Lybbert <sarah -at- SPOTS -dot- AB -dot- CA> Date:Wed, 8 Apr 1998 22:02:14 -0600
John Wilcox :
I would appreciate a copy of charset.dot. Thanks in advance.
At 15:37 98/04/07 -0700, Wilcox, John (WWC, Contractor) wrote:
>> From: Lisa Comeau[SMTP:lmcomeau -at- hotmail -dot- com]
>> Does anyone know where I can get a list of the characters for ALT key
>> combinations? (I can't remember what they're called)
>> EXAMPLE: ALT+156 = # symbol.
>I have a one-page Word template I made up for just such a purpose. It
>shows all 255 characters of any font, alongside their Times Roman
>equivalents. Just select column 2, tag it with the font you want to
>see, et voila. Anybody who wants it, just ask me for charset.dot.
>John Wilcox, Documentation Specialist
>Timberlands Information Services, Application Delivery Group
>Weyerhaeuser, WWC 2E2, Box 2999
>Tacoma, WA 98477-2999 USA
>253-924-7972 mailto:wilcoxj -at- wdni -dot- com
>(I don't speak for Weyerhaeuser, and they return the favor.)