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Not or No Symbol in word?

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I need to isnert the circle with a line through it...the not or no symbol in a chart i am creating in Word.  Is this a standard symbol that I can insert, if so what are is the shortcut code...ALT + ????  Thanks.
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Hi menreeq,
ALT + 0216             Ø
Note that you must use the numeric keypad for the 0216--not the numerals above QWERTY

Hoping to be helpful,

Brad
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Thanks, thats what I needed.  I will give you the points.  Any chance you know how to insert an eyeball symbol?
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menreeq,
Try a capital N in the Webdings font. That will give you an eyeball.
Brad
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