4th December 2009, 06:14 AM
Re: Writing the symbol for R bar bar (double bar) in Excel
In Reply to Parent Post by kedarg6500
can any one have trick, symbol for writing the symbol for R bar bar (double bar) in Excel
On another site
someone responded to your question:
> I need an R with a double bar above it and cannot
> seem to find it in Word or Excel 2007
there is no special glyph for this character (well, at least I doubt
there is one in Unicode); but there is one called "combining double
overline" (U033F) which you can use.
Choose one of the "big" Unicode fonts available (Arial or Lucida Sans
Unicode should come with any Office 2007 app), type R033F and then hit
ALT+X. In an English version of Word, that's the default keyboard
shortcut to toggle between a (Uni-)code and its glyph.
In Word's insert Symbol dialog, if you choose Lucinda Sans Unicode, you
can find the glyph, its code and the keyboard shortcut relevant to your
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By the way.... I know X double-bar and R-bar... Why do you need R double-bar???