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New Belden 9913F

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Subject: New Belden 9913F
From: (Steve Weisbrod)
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 97 08:41:00 -0600
An easier way to get the =BD symbol is to press down the Alt key then 155   
on the key pad.  Please everyone don't flame me for the triva I can't   
help it.

73 to all W8GAZ Steve

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Sent:  Tuesday, February 11, 1997 2:53 AM
To:  steve; ''
Subject:  FW: RE: New Belden 9913F

Repost...thought it might be of help to those of you inflicted with the   


 --- On Mon, 10 Feb 1997 22:03:44 -0500  "Roger L. Elowitz"
<> wrote:
Hi Ed,

Thanks for the update on the new 9913F.  That's just what I needed to   
having just bought about 500 ft. of the older stuff and using it to run
three feedlines around a rotor.  So, you can't win them all!!

BTW, if I'm not mistaken,  you can't find the "cents" key ...=A2=A2=A2=A2=A2   
it doesn't exist any more! So, you want to know how the cents characters
ended up in my e-mail I'll bet.

I opened my Word for Windows95 v7.0 and asked for "Help."  The program
guided me to the "Insert" menu and then down to the "Symbol" item which
brought up a screen full of characters you never in your wildest dreams
thought existed. These symbols and characters are font dependant... not   
fonts have all characters available.

Anyway, if you click on the box with the desired symbol, it will then   
in the line of text you are typing. Furthermore, there is a shortcut way   
obtaining this symbol by holding the CTRL key while hitting the forward
slash [/], then,  releasing all the keys and then hitting the letter "C".
Needless to mention, this same key combination DOES NOT WORK in my EUDORA
e-mail program. Neither does this work in my Netscape e-mail program.

So, the 64 million dollar question is.... (drum roll.......)  WHERE DID   
COME FROM?  Simple. Once I had the symbol on the screen in the Word   
I highlighted it and did the CTRL + C key combination to copy the
highlighted item and then went to the e-mail document and used the key
combination of CTRL +V to paste the symbol into the e-mail text.

While this seems to be a whole lot of trouble... it might have been   
to start the entire e-mail document in the word processor program and   
copy and paste the whole thing into the e-mail document in one swell   

Anyway, I hope I've been helpful.  If you'd like and think any one else   
interested.. why not re-post my answer on TowerTalk?

73, de Roger, K2JAS


>Name: Ed Sleight
To: <>
>Date: 2/10/97
>Time: 11:41:35 PM

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Name: Ed Sleight
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Date: 2/11/97
Time: 2:53:56 AM

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