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Hi Johan,

Johan de Smidt schrieb:
What is the keyboard shortcut for inserting a thin space in Windows?
Your website help isn't much help. Eventually found your suggestion, using
Google, to use U+2009.
What does "U" stand for? The usual keys don't work.

You have already read how to use your operating system for input. If you will not do that (for example because you are not allowed to change the registry of the Windows machine), using a macro is another way, e.g. my suggestion in A macro can be bound to a button or to a shortcut key.

Such thin space is often used between number and unit in a measurement. In such cases I do not use a thin space but I use a not-breakable space and make it smaller in the character dialog. I do this, because I do not want, that I get a line break between number and unit.

Kind regards

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