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How to type greater or equal, less or equal in AutoCAD (≤ ≥)?

A - answer You can enter these signs as Unicode symbols - \U+2264 (less or equal) or \U+2265 (greater or equal) in any AutoCAD text, provided your font contains these glyphs.

You can also add these two symbols to the standard MText symbol list - see the Tip 6880.

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9.3.2012    23837×  
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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT ·

See also:
Tip 11788:Invalid number or bad continuation - when creating a linetype.
Tip 11735:How to enter the symbol № (numero) in AutoCAD?
Tip 11580:Excel: convert Unicode texts to \U+ codes for AutoCAD
Tip 10668:How to enter a square root sign in AutoCAD text?
Tip 9619:How to get rid of "----" in empty fields?


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