You can click "Interested" in a position or company.
When you don’t find it, you might try changing the Font to another one and/or changing the Subset. So now, if you have the patience (and know it exists!
), you might try the Character Map in Windows (Programs Character Map in Windows XP).
But you may still need to change the font, and you can’t do any kind of search for a character. But there are some 100,000-plus Unicode characters and the Windows Character Map only lists about 40,000 of them.
Five minutes of scrolling and peering and you give up! Not being able to search for what you want is a big negative.
Most people will give up and just enter ‘2/5’ and hope for the best. Babel Map is a free downloadable EXE (just under 4 MB) you can stick on a thumb drive or on your desktop.
It contains all 100,000-plus Unicode characters AND it is searchable.It’s available from: With Babel Map, you can’t search for ‘2/5’ but you can search for ‘fraction’ (1) — keep clicking Search (2) until you get the fraction you want — it’s highlighted in red (3).Once you’ve found it, the Unicode number is shown (4).You can check if there is an HTML entity for the character by selecting each of the NCR options (there isn’t one for 2/5, but if you wanted 3/4, the HTML entity [NCR (dec)] would be & # 190; [without the spaces] giving you ¾.) Another cool thing about this little utility is that you can see the full set of characters for each of your installed fonts at a glance: And if, for some reason, you need a list of all the fonts on your computer, click Copy on the Font Analysis window, then paste into a document.Copy Font Coverage copies all the characters for the selected block (in this example, Basic Latin); when you paste it into a document it looks something like this: I’m sure there are a lot of other very useful things you can do with this software, but unfortunately I couldn’t plumb the depths as I got a ‘Failed to launch Help’ error message when I tried to click Help.I emailed the developer and he kindly replied with this: There was a help file, but it now severely out of date.