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    Degree Symbol (Word 2003)

    Where is the degree symbol in Word. Example: Temperature is 78 (need a degree symbol)?? Thanks....

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    Re: Degree Symbol (Word 2003)

    You can access the

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    Re: Degree Symbol (Word 2003)

    Insert/Symbol/Symbols
    Go to Font- Normal Text, Subset- Latin 1
    You will find it about 7 rows down from the top on the right

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    Re: Degree Symbol (Word 2003)

    There are really two "superscript 0" symbols, and you can access each via two "Alt + Numeric Keypad" methods (as well as the Insert Symbol method in Word).

    Alt+248 or Alt+0176 gives
    <font face="Script MT Bold"><font color=blue><big><big>John</big></big></font color=blue></font face=script>

    Ita, esto, quidcumque...

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    Re: Degree Symbol (Word 2003)

    Alt+0186 really is a raised "o" (often with an underline), and it's the masculine ordinal indicator used in Spanish.
    (...got that piece of wisdom from the Unicode Standard...)

    <img src=/S/cheers.gif border=0 alt=cheers width=30 height=16> Klaus

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