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I use mac and word 2011. Sometimes I place directional arrows into word documents to indicate direction or flow and was wondering. In the fonts I am using, I can see that they have encodings for the following:
U+2198 arrowdownright and
When I use the symbol inserter (see screen.png) a symbol is inserted, however, it is not from the font I am using, rather wingdings (see word doc.png) . Is there a way to get word to recognise the font, or shortcuts that can override the limitations? I have already tried double hyphen lessthan ( --> ) to make a right arrow, however, this creates another type of arrow that is not editable (it does not appear to be part of any font).
Thanks for the help.
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