### Expressing Fractions with Offset Numbers and Division Symbols

Does anyone have any advice on how to express fractions with offset numbers and division symbols? I'd like them to appear as they do in Microsoft Character Map or Quark (ex. ¾). Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated. James Dyson Associate Technical Writer KVH Industries, Inc. 50

### Re: Expressing Fractions with Offset Numbers and Division Symbols

First of all, you should use the fraction slash by typing Control+q Shift+z. Then you can apply character formats to the numerator and denominator. The numerator format will use the Superscript position and the denominator format will use the Subscript position. You set the specifications for

### Re: Expressing Fractions with Offset Numbers and Division Symbols

Here are some other solutions: You can buy dedicated fraction fonts from Adobe, Monotype, and others. They will usually match a particular typeface; for example, Helvetica Fractions matches Helvetica. Or, if you use a typeface that has a corresponding Expert set, you can use the Expert font

### Expressing Fractions with Offset Numbers and Division Symbols

Does anyone have any advice on how to express fractions with offset numbers and division symbols? I'd like them to appear as they do in Microsoft Character Map or Quark (ex. ?). Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated. James Dyson Associate Technical Writer KVH Industries, Inc. 50

### Expressing Fractions with Offset Numbers and Division Symbols

First of all, you should use the fraction slash by typing Control+q Shift+z. Then you can apply character formats to the numerator and denominator. The numerator format will use the Superscript position and the denominator format will use the Subscript position. You set the specifications for

### Expressing Fractions with Offset Numbers and Division Symbols

Here are some other solutions: You can buy dedicated fraction fonts from Adobe, Monotype, and others. They will usually match a particular typeface; for example, Helvetica Fractions matches Helvetica. Or, if you use a typeface that has a corresponding "Expert" set, you can use the Expert font