how to insert summation symbol into format

hey guys,

you know the maths summation symbol, the funny E symbol where below is n=1 and the top is the limit?

how do i insert that symbol in my format string?

positive;negative;zero;null

i want to do something like
E positive; E negative ; zero ; null

i want to insert the summation symbol to replace the E

thanks guys!! = ))
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als315Commented:
Access has no ability to insert symbols, but you can copy-paste it from Word or Excel, where you can insert this symbol. You may have problems if on some computer will have no font with this symbol.
symbolAnd Access has no equation editor, so complex equations could be made only from single symbols. You can use memo field in RTF format, so you can change font size and get this:
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft Access MVP)Database Architect / Systems AnalystCommented:
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n=1

There is also the Windows Character Map (Start>>All Programs>>Accessories>>System Tools)

Character Map
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developingprogrammerAuthor Commented:
whao guys great! another something more i learnt today!! = ))
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