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The link is handy for HTML docs, but how about that letter or spreadsheet you're working on?

Windows comes with its own list of Alt codes - in the Character Map applet. You just need to find it. On my Win2k system, it's at Start|Programs|Accessories|System Tools. Other versions are similar, IIRC. Click once on any character and the code is displayed in the bottom right corner.

--Peter

Bonus tip for TMF posting: It's not documented here, but <pre> and </pre> will give you a fixed width font with a blank line before and after,
like this
and <tt> and </tt> makes the fixed width without the line breaks, like this.
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