Unicode entry into *.dxp files

Keystroke: Ctrl + [

You may enter many Unicode characters (often referred to as "glyphs") from within DBT's text editor. i.e. BEFORE you translate.

In the example show here, the division sign has a Unicode value of 00F7.

Within a DBT text file, position your cursor where you wish the special character to appear, press Control + Left square bracket. The following dialog will appear.

Simply enter only the Unicode code number into the one field, and press or click the OK button.

Example shows text "Calculate: 12 [division sign] 2" where you would enter the unicode value 00F7 and click OK.  A division sign will then appear in your Duxbury text.

NOTE: Please check your DBT version 12.5 for periodic future service releases, as this feature may well be improved.