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One User typing apostrophe and "..." and they show up in Outlook sideways??  WHAT?

Posted on 2009-04-07
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I have the strangest thing happening at work. I have a user who is trying to write an email and every time she tries to use an apostrophe or "..." it turns them sideways. It's wild I have never seen this before, but if you write in Notepad and copy and paste it looks fine.

What could cause a normal appearing font to change punctuation to other similar looking symbols that are rotated?
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Is the users using Arial Uni-Code as their font in Outlook??
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Change the font to something regular like Arial and see if the issue is resolved
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