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On 11/10/2011 08:38 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
If you can't find it on the keyboard then try the menus

Insert - "Special character"

Then depending on which font is selected the % might be about 6th across the top?
Regards from
Tom :)


--- On Tue, 8/11/11, lsq <lsqypj@gmail.com> wrote:

From: lsq <lsqypj@gmail.com>
Subject: [libreoffice-documentation] how to type %
To: documentation@global.libreoffice.org
Date: Tuesday, 8 November, 2011, 14:44

in mathe, i find all guide ,but i can't find how to type % in writer.

What is your default keyboard, US standard the % sign is shift 5 and the Euro sign is not 
available on the keybouard but is in the character set. It is accessed as Tom noted. Also, check 
your character encoding and make sure the % is defined; all of the fonts I checked had the % 
mapped to the same code. In the US, the typical character sets include many extra characters that 
are not directly accessible from the keyboard.


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