Not displaying symbols correctly Not displaying symbols correctly tnguy3n (Programmer) (OP) 30 Apr 08 17:22 When I print a file that contains some special symbols such as trademarks (TM), copyright (C), or reserved (R), it shows as ? instead. Does anyone know a solution for this?Thanks! RE: Not displaying symbols correctly webrabbit (MIS) 30 Apr 08 20:04 What woftware are you using to print? Also, what O/S? RE: Not displaying symbols correctly DansDadUK (Programmer) 1 May 08 08:16 The underlying reasons for getting the wrong 'glyph' (character shape) is that the sender and the receiver are not using (or do not support) the same coded character set.Within the 8-bit ISO8859/1 coded character set (which matches row 0 of the BMP within Unicode), two of the characters you mention are assigned the codes:0xa9 (decimal 169; Unicode U+00A9) Copyright symbol0xae (decimal 174; Unicode U+00AE) Registration Mark symbolThe standard Windows ANSI coded character set is a superset of ISO 8859/1; the difference is that it makes use of codes, in the range 0x80-0x9f, which in ISO8859/1 are considered to be 'undefined control codes'.One of these code positions provides the other symbol:0x99 (decimal 153; Unicode U+2022) Trade Mark symbolprovided that (both ends) assume use of the Windows ANSI coded character set.HP LaserJet PCL5 devices refer to coded-character sets via 'Symbol Set' identifiers; the identifier associated with 'Windows ANSI' is 19U.