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Original Post

It's a foreign word and I can't figure out how to do it :(

Anyone know how??

Posted at 12:50 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

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what program is this for?

Posted at 12:51 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

The ASCII code for it is ALT-148

Posted at 12:52 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

Like this:
√ło

maybe... testing

Posted at 12:53 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

I'm typing something in Microsoft Word

Posted at 12:53 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

what platform?

Posted at 12:53 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

Thanks so much jenstitches :)

It worked!!!

Posted at 12:53 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

fire up your character map and look there. It should be in there. Once you find it, simply click it once and then copy it (ctrl+c) and paste it where you need it.

Posted at 12:54 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

You are welcome! I have it memorized, as I use it a lot when writing in German.

Posted at 12:54 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

In word you can go to the freaking (has to open word to look at menus)






Insert menu

select Symbol


And look for it there.

Posted at 12:54 am Sep 11, 2009 EDT

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