Annoyance in office:2004

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  1. sitryd macrumors member

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    I'm hoping there's an easy solution for this...

    Inserting the ? (pi, if it doesnt show up for some reason) in a word document via both the keyboard shortcut and an autocorrect sequence inserts the character but does so in the Mistral font.... The font I am using for the rest of the document does have the glyph, and disabling the Mistral font (which i never use) just results in another font (also illegible) being used in it's place.

    Suggestions?
     
  2. miles01110 macrumors Core

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    I'm confused about what you are asking. Could you restate your question?
     
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  4. MisterMe macrumors G4

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    It appears that you have somehow munged some of your fonts. To insert pi, all you need to do is to type [option]-[p] in almost any Latin font. The Insert/Symbol... dialog box in Word defaults to the Symbol font. However, you can change the font to any that has the characters that you need.
     
  5. sitryd thread starter macrumors member

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    to restate:

    while typing in Lucide Grande (the default font for the notebook feature), hitting option-p or typing `p (which i've set up as an autocorrect macro to insert the pi symbol) inserts the pi glyph but does so in the mistral font. any typing after typing option-p is also in the mistral font.

    Lucide Grande does indeed have the correct symbol, as I can go and change the font back to Lucide and have the glyph appear correctly. the shortcut for inserting that glyph (option-p) just seems to change the font being used as well
     

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