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Special Character Markers

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Special character markers usually represent non-printing characters, and can be used anywhere in where you would put text, such as in holidays names, slogans text, saras, holidays options, ...


As compared to tokens, these markers are not framed by braces, and they begin with an ampersand (eg: &n ).

If you wish to include an ampersand as plain text (not as a special characters token) then you should use its ASCII value, namely &038.

Some of the special characters are common to both QuarkXPress and InDesign, and some are specific to InDesign only.


The following topics list the available special character markers, when using QuarkXPress or InDesign to generate a diary or calendar:


Topic 185811, last updated on 15-Dec-2022