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Keyboard Tips

Discussion in 'In the Office' started by Queenslander, Mar 25, 2015.

  1. Queenslander

    Queenslander Senior Member

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    I know this has been posted here before but I've had no luck searching for it.
    Had to use it today and found it elsewhere, so I thought I'd post it again for the benefit of folks who don't know about such things.
    To create the cubed symbol, hold down the Alt key and type 0179 X³
    To create the squared symbol, do the same and type 0178 X²
    Anyone have any similar tips?
    Cheers, Greg
     
  2. CAT793

    CAT793 Well-Known Member

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    ALT 0176 is the Degree Symbol.
     
  3. SidewinderGlenn

    SidewinderGlenn Well-Known Member

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    gtermini Well-Known Member

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    "\U+2104" in mtext in autoCAD for the centerline symbol

    Greyson