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From: "Cliff Lien" <>
Subject: Re: Strange letter
Date: Tue, 3 May 2005 07:24:52 -0600
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> Are you trying to send your manuscript as the email, or as an attachment?
> The email system works only on a few number of different fonts, the MS
> Word has hundreds...or thousands if you wish to download more. If you
> send it as an attachment, and the person receiving also has MS Word, the
> symbol should come through as the letter. I sent an email to myself with
> an attached Word Document with the symbol. I received the email, opened
> the attachment and it came through fine. Give it a try.
Yes, Ron has it, but be aware that the recipient of your word document must
also have your "Lucida sans serif Unicode" font installed in their Font
folder in Windows. If they don't you get the square meaning their Word
doesn't understand what to put there.
You can find the font in your Windows "Font" folder, send it to them as an
attachment, and they can save it into their Font folder. Then everything