Why Does 45 Degrees with a Single Degree Symbol

KennyV

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I suspect it is because you cut and pasted the text from some other word processing source... like office word. When you did it you used a symbol that is not recognized where it has been inserted...
Just type directly in this dialog box and it will not appear different... :smile:KennyV
 

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I suspect it is because you cut and pasted the text from some other word processing source... like office word. When you did it you used a symbol that is not recognized where it has been inserted...
Just type directly in this dialog box and it will not appear different... :smile:KennyV
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Not cut and pasted. Just holding Alt and typing 0176 should produce a simple degree symbol and not something from a foreign language. ー

Thanks for your attempt at answering the question.

Anyone else.
 
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KennyV

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I have seen other places that ASCII code will not work...
 
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