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Solved ascii characters don't show up

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  1. americamba

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    I have been using ascii codes (such as Alt+ 164, ALT+160, ALT+161, ETC.) for years in Word but now they don"t work. What did I do to unset them? thanks
     
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    What version of Word?
     
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    WORD 2013, THANKS
     
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    Are you using the NUMERS PAD or the top row of the key board?
    NumLoc needs to be on.

    What font are you trying this in?
     
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    DUH!! Numlock!! Thanks. I sometimes donate when I get help with a hard issue. This time I will donate to punish myself for my thickheadedness!!
     
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    Great
     
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    I can't find where to donate
     
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