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Friday, 05 September 2008 07:47

OpenOffice is the result of the development of StarOffice by StarDivision GmbH a German company. Then, Sun Microsystem purchase the company and offers the source for Linux. A Windows parallel version is available, actually 4.1.

Of course this explanation is valid for OpenOffice for Linux or the Mac, as well MS Word for Windows.

 

Now, you can locate the fonts on the Web from for example:

Then you can drag (move with the mouse) in the directory Windows/Fonts and automatically you will find in the next execution.

There are a font called: Arev, that is available in different fonts like Arev Sans, and it includes symbols for Math, Zodiac symbols and Chess, and others.

 

 You can add the appropriate symbol choosing the box: Insert-> Symbol in OpenOffice

 

 

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