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On 03/04/2019 02:27, Alan B wrote:
The following won't help you see/find the symbol. It will however let you
type it directly.

Put your cursor where you want the symbol to appear then

If using Windows (tested with Windows 10 and LibreOffice -
Type 2122 then Alt+X

If using Linux -
Ctrl+Shift+U and release, then 2122, then enter

On Tue, Apr 2, 2019 at 6:23 PM Budge <> wrote:

Using Writer with DejaVu Sans font and having created a label using the
Avery A4 template with Synchronize active, all is well until I try and
include the Trademark symbol.  The advice I have is:-

      Place the cursor in the location where you want the symbol to appear.
      On the Insert menu select Special Character.
      In the dialog that appears, choose Symbol from the Font list.The
trademark symbol is available in a Serif font (character 212) or in a
San-Serif font (character 228). ...
      Click OK.

   My problem is that once I select Special Characters the Font is shown
and then a huge list of available Subsets and using for example Basic
Latin, I get a whole lot of characters, all too big and all overlapping
so even if the TM symbol is there I cannot see it.

I need some guidance please.

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Hi and thatks for the reply.  Do not use Windoze.
Tried the linux option several times but alas, no joy!

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