# X Bar Symbol in Word?

You can get this done in more than one ways. One way is to simply copy the symbol from somewhere else and paste it in the Word Doc. Alternatively, you can go to Insert > Symbols > Subset and find the required symbol.
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 1. Open a new or existing document Microsoft Word. 2. Click to place the cursor in the spot where you want the x-bar symbol to appear. 3. Press "Ctrl" + "F9. A gray http://www.ehow.com/how_8169969_make-xbar-symbol-w...
 Try typing x\bar. If that doesn't work: http://izatmalaysia.blogspot.com/2010/01…. ~ http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=201203...
 If you're using a version of Word from 2007 onwards, you can use the inline equation feature. For x-bar: First, start the equation using Insert Equation. Then type the "x" http://www.quora.com/Microsoft-Word/How-do-you-ins...
 If X is the bigger number, then write it like this: X> 0+5. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_write_X_is_le...