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Okay … gotta know … what’s the code for the hearts!?!?!? :o)
I forget how to do this. It’s different for MACs and PCs. You have to call up the character chart, I believe, if you can figure out how to do that. You can always go into word, insert a symbol, then copy and paste. It doesn’t work for every font, but should for the basic ones.
Oh, I see what you mean, Chrissy — sorry, I’m a little slow on the uptake today. On a Mac, you click “edit,” then “special characters,” then just select and copy the symbol you want. But I have no idea how to do it on anything other than a Mac.
Okay, don’t know if you’ll see this addition to more-than-week-old thread but I just found it.
If that works, it’s done thusly: ♥
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