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Greater than or equal to and less than or equal to symbol in Aerial font ?

Greater than or equal to and less than or equal to symbol in Aerial font ?

Greater than or equal to and less than or equal to symbol in Aerial font ?

(OP)
Hi ,

I used to use Blockfont version which John Baker had posted many years ago to get the symbol for greater than and equal to / less than and equal to symbol in the notes.

Iam using Aerial font now.. Iam unable to get these symbols using Aerial fonts. How can I fix this?

RE: Greater than or equal to and less than or equal to symbol in Aerial font ?

If you are referring to how to make the > < symbols in 2D Notes than you can use the "ALT" codes from WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM.

> = hold "alt" key and type 62
< = hold "alt" key and type 60

Hope this helps - you can find a list here - https://fsymbols.com/keyboard/windows/alt-codes/li...

RE: Greater than or equal to and less than or equal to symbol in Aerial font ?

...or you can just use the Windows Character Map (if it's still around after Win7) and copy/paste from there...also gives the alt-keystrokes where applicable.

Tim Flater
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RE: Greater than or equal to and less than or equal to symbol in Aerial font ?

(OP)
@themize,

I found the ALT+243 is what I wanted .. Thanks for sharing this link..

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