If you are using a true type font, you can use the Windows utility "character map" to copy & paste any character from the font you are using to your note.
Alternatively, you could use a greater than sign and format the note to underline that character. It will end up looking just like a "greater than or equal to" sign and works with any font.
I'm not sure what you mean by "how can we map it", but here is a quick rundown on the "character map" utility (assuming you are using a Windows OS):
And if you are using a "legacy" NX font (blockfont, etc.)
I have attached a file.
- open the file
- Select everything that is selectable (note the "headers" are on a layer that is visible but not selectable, this is intentional)
- change to desired NX font
Note this only shows the legacy (ASCII + $ characters) not the full Unicode set (some fonts have Unicode characters)
- You can see what characters map to what symbols (in particular, the "$" characters)
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
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