Inserting Special Characters

Windows Vista provides a special accessory program called Character Map that lets you insert into your programs those characters and symbols that aren’t available on your keyboard. Character Map displays all the characters that are available for each of the fonts on your computer.

Find and Insert a Character

  1. Start Character Map from the System Tools folder of the Start menu, or click the Start button, type char in the Search box of the Start menu, and click Character Map to start the program.

  2. Specify a font.

  3. Double-click ...

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