Using special characters


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Using special characters

In Numbers '09, you can use the Mac OS X Characters window to insert special characters that don't typically appear on your keyboard such as mathematical symbols, letters with accent marks and arrows and more. Let's use our Milea Listing and Prospect spreadsheet to add a symbol after the word Milea in the title over our mailing list. First, we'll click once to select the text box. Then click again inside the text box after the A in Milea. Here's where we need to add a symbol. So to access the Special Characters window, we can do that from the Edit menu, and choose Special Characters. You can also access it from the International Flag that may appear at the very top on the menu bar. But once we've got the Characters window open, we now have a number of categories to sift through where we can find our special symbols.

Here, under Symbols for example if we scroll down and select Letter Like Symbols or find the one we're looking for which is the Registered Symbol...

Using special characters
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Using special characters provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Numbers '09 Essential Training

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Business
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Numbers
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