PC Symbol Font?

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Dec 11 07:31:26 EST 2013

Hi Graham,

I have a Symbol font on my Windows PC. I think it was installed by 
default. The p is displayed as the Greek letter pi, just like on the Mac.

Best regards,

Mark Schonewille

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On 12/11/2013 13:27, Graham Samuel wrote:
> I guess this is trivial, but as someone who works mostly on Macs, I don't know how to represent math symbols (especially pi) in a desktop PC app. Is there a built-in symbol font in Windows from XP on? How do I access it? It's annoying that this isn't really an issue for the Mac but it is for the PC. Of course I could just create a little graphic that looks like 'pi', or 'greater than or equals', or whatever, but this only works for static text really.
> Sorry to be dumb, but is anyone displaying these symbols in an LC app on a PC?
> Graham

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