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Re: [tdf-discuss] Euro symbol not inserted into write documents


Almost all modern typefaces include the euro symbol, no need to use a
different font for that: it's unicode 20AC. If you for any reason
can't find it, just press Ctrl+Shift+U (you will see an underlined u),
then type 20ac and press Enter: the euro symbol € will appear.
This works not only on LibO but also on any GTK app under Linux (on
KDE 4.5+ apps you have the "Character runner")
Cheers
Ricardo

2011/3/19 AG <computing.account@googlemail.com>:
Greetings all

In LibO Write, I am unable to insert the special character of the Euro
symbol into the text.  I can in Calc, but in Write when I try to do so all
that is shown is a slim grey bar where the symbol should be.

I am using the Symbol fonts (which is the only place I could find the Euro
symbol) on an up-to-date GNU/Linux Debian testing machine.

Has anyone else come across this, and what are the fixes/ work-arounds?

Many thanks

AG

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