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    How do I represent the mean of a number (horizontal line over a character or number) in Word?

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    You can manually format a character to appear with a bar over it.

    One method is to use Word's EQ (equation) field. This is not to be confused with the equation editor. For an example, see Creating Overbars on Word MVP Suzanne Barnhill's site.

    Other options are described in this thread: [topic=303335]overstrike or double character (Word 2000 SR-1)[/topic].

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    Quote Originally Posted by jscher2000 View Post
    You can manually format a character to appear with a bar over it.

    One method is to use Word's EQ (equation) field. This is not to be confused with the equation editor. For an example, see Creating Overbars on Word MVP Suzanne Barnhill's site.

    Other options are described in this thread: [topic=303335]overstrike or double character (Word 2000 SR-1)[/topic].
    Thanks Jefferson!

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