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Subject:Re: TOOLS: Special characters in Windows From:Mary McWilliams Johnson <mary -at- SUPERCONNECT -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 27 Sep 1998 02:56:40 -0500
I would certainly be happy to put such a list on my Web sites ("Mary's Tips
on Designing Web Sites" and "WordSmith Workshop"). http://www.superconnect.com
Please send me the PDF file (offline).
At 11:08 AM 9/26/98 +0100, Roger Jones wrote:
>List subscribers often ask how to key special characters in Windows. I have
>composed a single-page table listing all the special ANSI characters --
>accented, Greek, mathematical symbols, typographical symbols, non-English
>punctuation marks -- and saved it as an Acrobat PDF file. I would describe
>the listings as comprehensive but possibly not exhaustive, but it's
>certainly 90-something-% complete.
>If you would like a copy, get in touch. If demand is excessive, I may ask
>the list managers if they wish to post the table on their sites.
>In some trepidation, I am also cross posting this to Framers and TECHWR-L.
>All the best
>Roger Jones, Publisher
>Publishing -at- rjpc -dot- demon -dot- co -dot- uk