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Thomas Greene
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I have some hexadecimal values with me, like

U+0103
U+0105
U+220B
U+22F4
etc.

Please tell me how can I write these characters in MS word or wordpad.
To write ASCII character, I can use say, Alt+0+97 and "a" will be written. But how to write the values of these characters using the hex code.
 
Christophe Verré
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This is Unicode. I've seen a page where it is written that in Word 2003, you can use Alt+X to enter them.
U+0103[ALT+X]

I don't know about other versions.
 
Thomas Greene
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Originally posted by Satou kurinosuke:
This is Unicode. I've seen a page where it is written that in Word 2003, you can use Alt+X to enter them.
U+0103[ALT+X]

I don't know about other versions.


Thanks for replying.
It doesn't work. If I do say, Alt+X+22F

then on pressing of F the file menu opens. I have Office XP.

Is there any other way.
[ June 27, 2007: Message edited by: Thomas Greene ]
 
Steve Fahlbusch
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Works for me just the way Satou stated.

in word enter 'U+0103'then after typing the 3 hit the alt x
 
Christophe Verré
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Thomas, sorry for the lousy explanation. Please do as Steve as explained.
 
Thomas Greene
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Thank You
 
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