Note that the special symbols have the correct
Unicode mapping. In order to use the symbols in applications
that don't support Unicode, the special symbols are
also mapped to characters in the $0080 through $00FF range.
Use the Windows 'Character Map' application
(Programs | Accessories | System Tools | Character Map)
to view the font's characters and for copying them to your application.
The following table shows the special symbol mapping in the $0080
through $00FF range. Note that these symbols replace symbols
that may already be defined.
center line symbol
white square with vertical line symbol
perpendicular or up tack symbol
capital Greek letter delta or increment symbol
You can enter characters in the $0000 through $00FF range using the
ALT key and numeric keypad. Let's say you want to enter the angle
symbol in your application. In addition to its Unicode mapping the
character is also mapped to $00AA or 170 decimal. First make sure 'Num Lock'
is activated. Next press the 'ALT' key, then enter the four digit
number 0170 on the numeric keypad, then release the 'ALT' key. The
character shown may not be the angle symbol, depending on your application.
However when you print your document using the Architect Small Block font,
you should see the angle symbol.