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gnome-character-map(1)							   gnome-character-map(1)

       gnome-character-map - the GNOME Character Map


       or select Character Map from the Accessories submenu of the Applications menu.

       GNOME Character Map is a program that allows you to select any character available in your
       current font.  With GNOME Character Map, you can also use characters that you cannot  type
       with  your  keybord (such as "extended ASCII characters", or characters with codes greater
       than 127, for example the copyright symbol).

       For full documentation see the GNOME Character Map online help.

       GNOME Character Map was written by Hongli Lai (<h.lai@chello.nl>).

       This manual page was written by Jochen Voss <voss@mathematik.uni-kl.de>.

gnome-utils 2.0.0			    Aug 8 2002			   gnome-character-map(1)
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