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Hello Experts,

I am in search of the following reference:

Example:
For the character "º", I have the following table:
ASCII(WINDOS) = 186
RTF           = \'ba
ASCII(MAC)    = 188
PC(indesign) = <0x00BA>

I need of the reference PC(indesign) for the character "®":
ASCII(WINDOS) = 174
RTF           = \'ae
ASCII(MAC)    = 168
PC(indesign) = ?????????

Thx.

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According to this Unicode chart, the code for ® is 0x00AE.
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Excelent!
Thx
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