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How do you get therefore symbol (three dots) in Open office?


sh43

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How do you get 'therefore' (three dots) symbol in Open office?

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Woolwell

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You could try opening character map on your system - choose font - symbol and the therefore symbol should be at the end of the third row down. Copy and paste.

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difarn

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I remember reading that if you change fonts to Lucida Sans Unicode or DejaVu you should find it there.

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jaraba

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Do you mean the one were one dot is above two others ?

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jaraba

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Hold down the Alt key and type 8756

Works in word 2003

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rdave13

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Go to the character map, select Lucinda Sands Unicode and scroll down for ?

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rdave13

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Works on preview but site does not allow it.

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