Most of the time, I only see the code with no letter associated with it, and the Character set drop-down list is grayed out. That's what I see when I select any of the Webdings, Wingdings, or Zapf Dingbats fonts.
I noticed that when I select Verdana or Times New Roman, I do see the actual letter information. That makes it easy. Thanks for all these additional resources and ideas, Tammy, Mike, John, and Steve. Very helpful! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Linda G. Gallagher TechCom Plus, LLC lindag at techcomplus dot com www.techcomplus.com 303-450-9076 or 800-500-3144 User guides, online help, FrameMaker and WebWorks ePublisher templates ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Manager, STC Consulting and Independent Contracting SIG http://www.stcsig.org/cic/index.html ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -----Original Message----- From: Mike Wickham [mailto:mewick...@compuserve.com] Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 9:51 AM To: Linda G. Gallagher Cc: framers at FrameUsers.com Subject: Re: Creating special bullets > At the risk of sounding stupid, how do you know what letter > corresponds to the symbol you want? That's the crux of my question. If you're running Windows, load Character Map. Then click on any character in the display array. At the bottom of the window, you'll see the Unicode value and the keyboard character. Example: "U+0051: Latin Capital Letter Q" That's if the Character Set dropdown is set to Unicode. If you set it to Windows:Western, you'll also get the decimal value: Example: "U+0051 (0x51): Latin Capital Letter Q" Mike Wickham