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Thanks to all for their response.

On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 11:51 PM, Johnny Rosenberg
<> wrote:
2011/9/29 H.S.Rai <>:
In OpenOffice, there was provision to insert symbols like:


but I found this method is not working in LO

Could it be that you spelled it wrong, like you did above?

My bad luck :-(

It might be. Two days back I tried on LibreOffcie, but it failed, and
need to shift to another PC for using it. But today, I worked. It must
be spelling mistake :-(

Or why not just entering the Unicode for it (α=U+03B1)?

Remembering unicode is not easy for me :-(

You didn't mention your operating system and desktop environment,

Ubuntu / Gnome

but Gnome users type Ctrl+Shift+u 03b1 Enter.
You could also add it to your auto-correction table, but that is not
as convenient in some situations.

Thanks for informing it.

It was long equations and I always found to right equations like:

E = m times c^2
%alpha = %pi over %delta times %gamma

or to make use of dmath


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