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How do I insert the existential quantifier symbol?
In standard logic, there is the existential quantifier symbol (the backwards
E) and the universal quantifier symbol (the upsidedown A). I can't find either symbol in the symbol menu in Word, so I can't figure out how to put the symbols in my document. Thanks for your help! 
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On my machine they are in the Symbol font. If they are not in yours (it
depends on which version of Word you have) do a Google for "logic symbols" +font or similar  shouldn't be too hard to find. "outwithbrad" wrote in message ... In standard logic, there is the existential quantifier symbol (the backwards E) and the universal quantifier symbol (the upsidedown A). I can't find either symbol in the symbol menu in Word, so I can't figure out how to put the symbols in my document. Thanks for your help! 
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Is there an existential qualifier? How would I apply?
Is there a template? g  JN jbn 'won'oh'won'six'won' at fastmail.fm Remove spaces, and substitute digits for the words between " ' " 
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If you don't find them in the Mathematical Operators character subset of a
given font, then you'll need to insert the characters from the Symbol font (0034 and 0036).  Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all followups to the newsgroup so all may benefit. "outwithbrad" wrote in message ... In standard logic, there is the existential quantifier symbol (the backwards E) and the universal quantifier symbol (the upsidedown A). I can't find either symbol in the symbol menu in Word, so I can't figure out how to put the symbols in my document. Thanks for your help! 
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Thanks Jezebel and Suzanne Barnhill! That answered my question. I didn't
realize that, in addition to the Symbols menu which one gets to from InsertSymbol, there is also a separate Symbol font. Brad "Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote: If you don't find them in the Mathematical Operators character subset of a given font, then you'll need to insert the characters from the Symbol font (0034 and 0036).  Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all followups to the newsgroup so all may benefit. "outwithbrad" wrote in message ... In standard logic, there is the existential quantifier symbol (the backwards E) and the universal quantifier symbol (the upsidedown A). I can't find either symbol in the symbol menu in Word, so I can't figure out how to put the symbols in my document. Thanks for your help! 
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