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Greek Characters in Netscape

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I need to use Greek symbols in text in HTML. Delta and Phi work in MS Explorer with &916; and &934; or &Delta and &Phi, but do not work in Netscape 4.7. I know this was still a problem a couple years ago, does anyone know of a way to do this in Netscape now??
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<FONT face="symbol">d</FONT>
<FONT face="symbol">D</FONT>
<FONT face="symbol">f</FONT>
<FONT face="symbol">F</FONT>
Is the best method I know of...

-Josh
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