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    just a quick one, how do i get one of these up on word?? like whats the code??
    thnx!!
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    not really the ones you get in chemistry, but they'll do
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    You mean this: ↔?
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    (Original post by Knogle)
    You mean this: ↔?
    no not that one, but it will do if i cant get the proper one
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    well it wont matter if you cant do the proper one in word.....as long as the idea is clear
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    you could draw one on paint, then copy and paste it
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    There is always this font here for all sorts of random chemistry type things (go to insert symbol and it's somewhere in there):

    http://www.chemsoc.org/networks/learnnet/RSCfont.htm
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    thank-you everyone!! im spoilt for choice now on which one to use :p: well the more the better.. thx
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    (Original post by -me-)
    no not that one, but it will do if i cant get the proper one
    Using that symbol would be incorrect as it means something else altogether.
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    go to arial unicode, and its there. you have to look in symbol in that font or it wont work. i just found it. here it is---- ⇌ its a bit small.
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    just wikipedia it. :D
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    (Original post by owensrr)
    go to arial unicode, and its there. you have to look in symbol in that font or it wont work. i just found it. here it is---- ⇌ its a bit small.
    Your first post is a resurrection of an over 3 year old thread. Nice :p: . I wonder how many pages you had to go back to find it. Anyway, on the topic, before I got to uni I used to do a google search for "reversible reactions" and copy and paste the symbol from a random website. I could resize the symbol so that it was in line with the rest of the text.
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