|05 Jan 2010||#3|
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You can also find the ALT codes by typing in "charmap" (no quotes) in a cmd window or Start->Run . This will bring up the Character map which you can select then copy/paste whatever character you want. When you select whatever character you want, the ALT- keystroke for that character will be displayed in the lower right-hand corner. I find this a little more convenient than looking things up on a web page.
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