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## Re: how to include various ascii characters (like: !) in the text?

 From: David Raleigh Arnold Subject: Re: how to include various ascii characters (like: !) in the text? Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 11:44:28 -0400

On Tuesday 17 June 2003 08:05 am, Mats Bengtsson wrote:
> > Thanks for the question,
> > because if "$\\!$" gives a bit of negative space I'll be very glad
> > I looked it up in The Not So Short Introduction to \latex
> > 2\epsilon''. With math mode, "\!" should give you some negative
> > space in text, and that should be very handy for us if it works.
>
> If you want to use it in the Lyrics of a score, I'm afraid this
> won't work the way you expect it, since the spacing calculations
> in Lilypond don't understand these more advanced aspects of LaTeX
> and will get completely confused.
> You can certainly use it in the title, though. Also, you could use
> things such as \hspace{-3mm}.
>
>      /Mats

Thanks!  Both work for markup.

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