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From: "Aanund Olsnes" <>
Subject: Re: Strange letter
Date: Tue, 3 May 2005 16:01:27 +0200
References: <0E78EA98-B9E4-11D9-B07B-0003938DEE38@mchsi.com> <005f01c54e44$32c28a40$2101a8c0@UJHQX2ZL0N580IO> <009a01c54e58$28a7a090$ad00a8c0@CLIFF> <00f101c54f23$3a6e3d40$2101a8c0@UJHQX2ZL0N580IO> <005c01c54f7d$6c1d1a00$4b352918@youre50ba84df0> <005201c54fe3$7eca3a00$ad00a8c0@CLIFF>


Well, Cliff and Ron, this certainly looks like the solution. I'll certainly try it.

Btw.: I always send manuscripts as attachments.

Thanks to y'all.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Cliff Lien" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 3:24 PM
Subject: Re: Strange letter


> > Aanund,
> >
> > 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.
> >
> > Ron
>
> Hi Guys,
>
> 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
> should work.
>
> Cliff Lien
> Alberta, Canada
>
>
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