Root Sign

irresistible007

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How can i get a root sign as a caption of a button...?

I tried inserting " √ " symbol in a cell, copied and pasted in the caption field... but i got " ? "

What's the way out?
 

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Possibly a fonts issue. I have just done this by creating a button, going to Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map, selecting Arial as the font, scrolling down to and clicking on the √ and clicking Copy. Then on the button, I selected the existing 'Button 1' text and used CTRL+V to paste.
 
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Have tried your way but still the same... by the way... i dont know if the issue is b'cuz of i am working on VBA (excel) not purely VB
 
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