I refrained until now with my solution.
This method (Insert - Special character) should be the best. One could
go a bit further by making a list of whatever "missing" keyboard
characters are desired and then get their numerical Unicode equivalents
(there are a number of Unicode sources), which can easily be checked in
the Special characters dialog box for a particular font in order to
ascertain if that character is available for that font.
On 11/10/2011 8:38 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
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?
--- On Tue, 8/11/11, lsq<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Subject: [libreoffice-documentation] how to type %
Date: Tuesday, 8 November, 2011, 14:44
in mathe, i find all guide ,but i can't find how to type % in writer.
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