Can someone please tell me how to type the "x" ie like two c's together with one back to front in Word. Is it a special font? Thanks

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- Apr 1st 2008, 08:09 PMchreen15How to type the algebra "x" in Word
Can someone please tell me how to type the "x" ie like two c's together with one back to front in Word. Is it a special font? Thanks

- Apr 1st 2008, 08:15 PMtopher0805
Just type a normal x, then highlight and press the sigma button.

Kind of looks like a backward E and its beside the YouTube button.

::EDIT:: Oh, in MS Word? I have no idea. - Apr 1st 2008, 09:02 PMTheEmptySet
- Apr 1st 2008, 11:49 PMjanvdl
- Apr 2nd 2008, 08:22 PMBurgoyne
you could use insert>special character on word

I found these also, press alt and the number

Alt 241 ± Plus or Minus

Alt 47 / Fraction seperator

Alt 0188 ¼ Quarter

Alt 0189 ½ Half

Alt 0190 ¾ Three quarters

Alt 46 . Decimal Point

Alt 240 ≡ Exactly Identical

Alt 61 = Equals

Alt 247 ≈ Approximately equal

Alt 60 < Less Than

Alt 62 > Greater Than

Alt 242 ≥ Greater than or equal

Alt 243 ≤ Less than or equal

Alt 251 √ Square Root

Alt 252 ⁿ Power n

Alt 0185 ¹ To the power of 1

Alt 0178 ² squared

Alt 0179 ³ cubed

Alt 227 π Pi

Alt 248 ° Degree sign

Alt 35 # Number

Alt 236 ∞ Infinity

Alt 230 µ Micro

Alt 228 Σ Sum

Alt 239 ∩ Suggest definition

Alt 244 ⌠ Top half

Alt 245 ⌡ Bottom Half

they might be useful [although there is not an $\displaystyle x$ there.