Help on using MacIntosh Intel processor Computer for symbols!!

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HELP!!  Is there anybody out there that can help me on putting an R symbol after the REALTOR? I got the accent codes for MacIntosh Intel processor but I still could not use the symbol R for the REALTOR even after following the instruction.  I have tried everything I could but still unsuccessful. I hope somebody out there knows how to do it. I would appreciate any help on this subject matter.  It has been bothering me that I cannot do it, other from that I love my MacIntosh.  The problem comes up because I am using Windows in a MacIntosh computer.
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These help articles might apply:

  • http://www.macworld.com/weblogs/macosxhints/2007/06/paletteview/index.php
  • http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Mac/10.4/en/mh1064.html 

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Jul 25, 2007 05:15 AM #1
Rainer
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Teresita "Terry" Pollard
Exit Realty Excel - Riverview, FL
Anthon,  Thank you for the info, but I forgot to say that the problem I have is because I am using Windows in a MacIntosh computer.  That is where I cannot put the symbol, but I can do it in the Mac side.
Jul 25, 2007 06:11 AM #2
Rainer
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Anthon Pang
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Try pressing:  ALT  0  1  7  4

 

Jul 25, 2007 06:20 AM #3
Rainer
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Teresita "Terry" Pollard
Exit Realty Excel - Riverview, FL
I have tried that too and it still does not work.  I guess I am doom. Windows using the MacIntosh is probably not that easy but I still like my Mac.  Thanks anyway.
Jul 25, 2007 07:46 AM #4
Rainer
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Teresita "Terry" Pollard
Exit Realty Excel - Riverview, FL

I finally found it.  So far the only way to do it is type in the word document and then copy and paste it on this page.  In the word document, you have to hold down ALT+CTRL+R to make the symbol. Anybody using MacIntosh for WINDOWS, this seems to be the only way unless someone knows better way than this.

                                   REALTOR®

Jul 25, 2007 09:16 AM #5
Rainer
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Taryn Merrick
Merrick Management And Media Virtual Assistant Services - Dandridge, TN
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Hi!

Have you tried "Option key" and the letter R, at the same time?

 Please feel free to join our Mac RE Assistant/ Mac RE Professional Group:  http://activerain.com/groups/macvas

Cheers,

 Taryn

 

Oct 03, 2007 10:44 PM #6
Rainer
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Teresita "Terry" Pollard
Exit Realty Excel - Riverview, FL

Taryn,

Yes, I have tried it and it does not work probably because I am on window side of Mac, using bootcamp.  I found out that you just have to go to the accessory from start and click for system tools and then character map. I appreciate all the help everybody is giving.  It is really very nice to have people helping each other.  I hope this information would help.  Thank you once again. 

Oct 04, 2007 01:21 AM #7
Rainer
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Taryn Merrick
Merrick Management And Media Virtual Assistant Services - Dandridge, TN
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Hi Teresita,

Try this perhaps?  The registered trademark symbol    ALT+CTRL+R

Cheers,

Taryn 

Oct 04, 2007 06:19 AM #8
Rainer
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Teresita "Terry" Pollard
Exit Realty Excel - Riverview, FL
I don't know what it is but the window side of Mac does not respond to this command. I just have to do it the long way, that's all.  Well, it seems like there is nothing much you can really do but to do it this way. I appreciate your help though. 
Oct 04, 2007 07:16 AM #9
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Taryn Merrick
Merrick Management And Media Virtual Assistant Services - Dandridge, TN
Virtual Assistant

Hi again!

If you join the Apple Boot Camp Discussion Forum, they may be able to assist.

Taryn 

Oct 05, 2007 12:16 PM #10
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Teresita "Terry" Pollard
Exit Realty Excel - Riverview, FL

Hi Taryn,

Thank you for the information about the discussion forum, it sure is very interesting.  I appreciate your guiding me to that info.  Once again, many many thanks. 

Oct 07, 2007 12:48 PM #11
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in bootcamp windows environment, go to start,  click on "run" (assuming you are using XP) type "charmap" then select the ascii character desired. you will see in the bottom right corner, ALT+0174 or U+00AE. now you can type in l33t...

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