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#55 Converting Euro-Symbol

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2001-12-14
2001-12-14
Armin Geisse
No

A Euro-Symbol in a word document is correctly converted
to the command \euro, but in order to process this
command by LaTeX a
\usepackage{eurosans} should be inserted into the
LaTeX-file.

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    In my view, this is not the ideal solution. The most
    standard solution to add euro support in LaTeX is by using
    \texteuro and load the \usepackage{textcomp} command in the
    preamble. This way, all fonts which natively support the
    euro sign and support the TS1 encoding, will automatically
    get their native euro sign into TeX. It will also deliver a
    real Computer Modern Euro sign in your document.