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Boolean Logic Symbols in Word 2007

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Is it possible to create the above in Word. My son has an assignment and they want it done in Word. He has a  table to complete of Boolean Logic calculations and needs to type in the symbol for NAND and others. I'm looking for a method of typing any letter and putting the line above it. I have found the one or two in symbols in Word but when itf F's and V's I'm scuppered.
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in Word 2007
Click on Insert > Equation
In the Equation Tools ribbon are listed a lot of symbols
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Int the Symbols section select Operators
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If yuo are looking to create 'x bar' type characters then follow the instructions below

http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/Overbar.htm
 
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Spot on. Many thanks
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