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Old January 31st, 2005, 11:32 PM
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Hi All,

I am trying to find the decimal code for a special character
(th). For example, 7th floor.
In Word, when you type 7th, it makes (th) a small character and puts it on the top next to the number 7.


Thanks for your help,

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Old January 31st, 2005, 11:43 PM
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AFAIK there isn't any. :)

Use SUP or SPAN and style to your liking (if needed).

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//\ =^..^=
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Hi meow,

I am creating a WORD document in ASP.
I will also need some other information.

Thank you for your reply,


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Yes you could create superscript contents by using <sup> tag.

<html>
<body>
Superscript :: 7<sup>th</sup> <br><br>
Subscript :: H<sub>2</sub>O
</body>
</html>

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Not sure on what kind of info you are looking at creating Word file from ASP ... so i have attached a basic code snippet for the same.

Set WA = CreateObject("Word.Application")
Set WD = WA.Documents.Add()

Set WR = WD.Paragraphs.Add.Range
WR.InsertBefore("Testing")
WR.Style="Normal"
WR.Font.Bold = true

Wpath = Server.MapPath("mention the path where u want to save the doc")
WD.SaveAs Wpath & "\" & "test.doc"
WD.Close
WA.Quit

Set WD = nothing
Set WA = nothing

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Maybe you meant to post this question in the ASP forum.

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Hi Vadivel,

Thank you for your help. The information was very helpful.

I also have another question;

"I am trying to access a file which is on a different "Server" than where the "Web Server" is installed.
Both Novell and WEB servers are on the same network.
The file that I am trying to access is on the "Novell" server."

There is a logical drive "L" which points to the "NOVEL" server.

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So what is the question :)

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I don't know what the question is but I'm pretty sure it can't be done with HTML.

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We have this set up, it's a bit fiddly, see this link:
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=316083

or search for "Gateway Services for Netware" on google.

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