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Default How can I add a down arrow to a Listview cell.

I have a listview grid and I need to add an adjacent up or down arrow next to a number value to indicate if it has risen or fell in value since last time.

For the up arrow (↑) I use a chr$(24) to place the arrow in the cell. However for the down arrow (↓) which should be chr$(25) it does not work with the default font. Since listview does not support unicode I cannot do it with unicode characters. Also I cannot use WingDing font since I have numbers in the same cell.

Can anyone suggest a solution. Perhaps another font which offers a ↓ symbol in the standard Ascii 255 character list.




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