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On Wed, 4 May 2011 19:17:45 +0100, "Harold Fuchs"
<> wrote:
"Olivier Hallot" <> wrote in

Em 04-05-2011 13:11, M Henri Day escreveu:

Olivier, in Linux operating systems such as, e g, Ubuntu, symbols like

the ∄
symbol can easily be inserted in a LibreOffice document by holding the

and Shift keys and pressing u (Ctrl+Shift+u) and then typing the 
code (in this case) 2204 and pressing the space bar. But I agree, this

of logic symbol should certainly be included in the list of special
characters in LibreOffice Math....


Yes, in a Mandriva system as well, although I run out of fingers to
such key combination!!!!!!

Does not work in Windows...

See for ways
entering Unicode characters in Windows. Method 1 works for me in Math
also works in Writer provided I first choose the OpenSymbol font.

I have used method 4 (Alt+x in MS Word) in the past and would really
appreciate it if this feature were added to LibreOffice Writer.

Best regards,


Harold Fuchs

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