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Default Entity Conversion

Direct Character to Hexadecimal entity:

We are using MS office 2003 standard edition, in that we tried to collect the symbols which comes under normal text with subset.

In a new document, we inserted all the symbols which fall under the font type normal text with all subset and we took the character coded values. But I received a file with a new font cardo, and the word substituted the font Arial Unicode MS.

We tried to use the existing font list which we took the list before. But the character code not falls under the prepared list, if we selected the text show in the symbols tab as font "normal text" and subset "Greek Extended".

why the symbols tab didn't showed all the normal text and subset if not selected any text?


Vengadesan


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