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As unproductive as it is, I liked best the comment from Matthew Tiger (Nov. 2011), but as many, am doomed to MS Word at work. Thanks so much! Tried the equation but the letter with bar accent does not appear in my table of content. However, after reading your solution I turned it back on (File > Options > Customize Ribbon) and tried it by drawing with the mouse, and it worked beautifully! this character is upper line. If you reveal the field codes (Alt-F9), it will look something like this: Suzanne Barnhill’s excellent article on creating overbars. Draw the letter(s) or number(s) you want with the bar over them. But I use http://www.codecogs.com/latex/eqneditor.php for equation typesetting with 200 dpi and white background, then I copy the picture from the browser to word as bitmap, reduce to 50% and via VBA put the latex code as “Alt Text” under “Format Picture” – for later editing. – However, when I change the document into html, both the bar and the letter under it will disappear. and Comments (RSS). Method 1 worked great for showing a Bar over a number to indicate it repeats. Close the Equation toolbar, then click away from the text box. i Found a way that is usable without need to insert any block: Variant of the letter D, used in Sami alphabets, Serbo-Croatian Latin alphabet, and Vietnamese, For a list of letters that written in uppercase with the glyph, Dictionarium Annamiticum Lusitanum et Latinum, Learn how and when to remove this template message, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 2/WG 2 Revised Proposal to Encode Additional Latin Orthographic Character JTC1/SC2/WG2 N2847R, "Alexandre de Rhodes có phải là cha đẻ của chữ Quốc ngữ? Type in a letter that you want to adorn with a bar.

So she asked me. It’s a very good suggestion. Thanks, G Mathew!! Thank you for your research! All you have to do is type in $\bar{D}$ to have it reproduce a D with a bar over it! Dispersity is represented by the symbol Đ, and is a measure of the heterogeneity of sizes of molecules or particles in a mixture, referring to either molecular mass or degree of polymerization. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combining_character So far that’s all I’ve needed it for but it may come in handy again so I’m bookmarking this page. Wow! You should see something like this: Option 3: Create your own field.