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how do you enter the degree symbol?

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MikeP

I cant find a way to enter the degree symbol. I usually just copy it from word, but there has to be a way to do it in cad

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Secretagdan

If you are in a standard text line, you can type '%%d'. If you are in MTEXT, you can right click to get a list of symbols that you can place in text, and what you would need to type.

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NaeKid

You can use the Unicode for it as well ..

 

\U+00B0

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Erick Zind
On 10/21/2008 at 11:10 PM, NaeKid said:

You can use the Unicode for it as well ..

 

\U+00B0

 

Works fine.

This symbol is used to represent degrees in many different fields, such as angle or temperatures. It is obtained by drawing a small circle as a superscript. The Unicode of the icon is U + 00B0. 

 

For PC: On your keyboard, press Alt + 0176. Note: This method works only for keyboards that include a 10-key numeric pad.

 

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dtkell
On 10/21/2008 at 12:09 PM, Secretagdan said:

... If you are in MTEXT, you can ...

use "%%d" also

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