Character Map


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Character Map

A Windows utility that displays all the characters in a particular font. See Win Typing special characters.
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If you need a double-harpoon arrow in a chemical equilibrium equation, it is simply a matter of pressing [less than]Ctrl[greater than] W to get a character map and then choosing from a list of 1,500 characters that cover most applications.
I have Windows '95 and have clicked on the start menu, but can't find the Character Map anywhere.
After you've replaced your system fonts, which will allow you the pleasure of using the character map to insert the symbol into your document (those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, be assured that I'm being seriously ironic); or replaced yo ur font libraries which allow normal insertion, you come to the problem of where on your keyboard you find the damn thing.
Special characters can be entered in the search phrase using the character map.
0 includes a phrase dictionary, multiple fonts, character map, font editor and other useful features, letting one finally word process in Japanese without buying an expensive Japanese OS.