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You'll find below a screenshot from a Word 2010 document, where I typed two 'b's, both with the 26 pt Cambria Math font (both characters have bold). The character on the left was typed using the text editor. The one on the right was obtained inside the Equation Editor.
I believe the first glyph is 0x0A86 and the second is the glyph 0x0888, but I can't understand the criteria for these options. I would also appreciate if somebody could confirm whether the glyphs mentioned above are correct.
I'm new on the forum so I introduce myself
i'm a swiss student, and I tried for my studies In ancient history to build a font.
I used fontforge and finally fontlab. Everything works perfectly except the kerning.
MS word 2010 doesen't take count of the kerning of my new font...
Kerning works perfectly on Oppen office, but I have to make it work on MS word. Is it possible ?
Somebody knows what is the problem ? Can somebody help me ?
Thanks for help :)
Stiking out at the Microsoft Community so I thought I'd try here!
We're updating a series we do in Word to 2010 and an OTF. The note reference numbers in the series are "special" so in the 2003 template the Footnote Reference style was set to a different font than the Default Paragraph Font.
For use in the 2010 template the new OTF font has a stylistic set for these "special" numbers that for some reason isn't getting applied to the embedded footnote or endnote references.
I'm using a Type1 Bembo in MS Word 2010 and I need to set the lower case "o" with Hungarian umlauts. Can this be accomplished? I have the Expert Set and the SmallCaps set, but neither of those contains the character I need.
Any help would be appreciated.