Ctrl-shift-u then four hex numbers. I've created a list I paste by my
computer. Memorize the most common. You can also create your own desktop
shortcuts for ones you use a lot. There's probably an easier way, but
this works for me. It works in lots of places on my Linux install, not
just in LO.
U + 00A9 ©
U + 00B0 °
U + 2122 ™
U + 2018 ‘
U + 2019 ’
U + 201C “
U + 201D ”
U + 00b1 ±
U + 00a7 §
U + 2014 — em dash
U + 2938 ⤸
U + 2936 ⤶
U + 21a9 ↩
U + 20a4 ₤
U + 00e4 ä
U + 00e7 ç
U + 00e8 è
U + 00e9 é
U + 00eb ë
U + 00f1 ñ
U + 00fc ü
U + 00dc Ü
U + 00f6 ö
U + 00a2 ¢
On 05/06/2017 11:38 AM, charles meyer wrote:
In MS Word the prescription symbol is 211E.
In special characters I typed in 211E in the Decimal box but did not get
the prescription symbol.
Aren’t hexicodes standard so Libre Writer should match MS Word?
Is there a quick way when you’re in a document you can type something like
hold down the Alt key and type in 211 on the numeric pad and get the
Not using a search engine (Google, Yahoo), is there a way in Libre Writer
to type in the words “prescription symbol” and it will find the symbol?
Or when you’re looking for an unusual symbol, you must Google it to
ascertain it’s hexicode unicode, etc.?
Otherwise, you’d had to scroll through every symbol chart to find it.
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