Re: Using International Characters - HELP!
1) RÓÕTÏÑG ÀRÒÛNÐ in the Windows Character Map with a mouse (copy and paste) may be a more reliable way to get Windows ANSI Characters than by using the ALT keys with ASCII code numbers.
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2) Windows 2000 RTF conversion may be something of an unknown at this point, and the UFT Editor may be less forgiving of forbidden characters (Braces, backslashes, etc.) than Word97.
3)Hmmm. Backup, Backup.