Not sure what you're using to compose e-mails. But an option you might try is to compose it in Microsoft Word or similar program and then copy/paste the document into your e-mail. I use Word and you click on "Format" at the top of the page and then "Font". It's over on the left about halfway down the dialog box.I have used it here but can’t figger how to do it when writing an e-mail.
Au contraire monsewer. It is there ALT + 155 or ¢¢¢. Just my 3 cents (inflation)Karl missed one, ALT+0162 = ¢.
Just my .02¢.
Looked like Chinese Algebra to me.When I have more down time - I will try out some of Terry's suggestions ... thanks, Terry!
Always thought dunnie was an Australasian word (that includes NZ) although I think we say it with a "Y" (people talk different when they say it with a "Y"). Y you say? well that's because "Y" is a crooked letter and "Z" is no better, 'course we also say "Z" as Zed too. See.Evening rail fans. Just passing through. Can someone point the way to the dunnie.
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