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Christophe Grandsire wrote:
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>         A friend of mine has a linguistics essay to type down and she asked me how
> to do it with Word. I know that some IPA symbols are already available via
> the common fonts or the symbol font, but not all. What I want to know is
> whether a (or various, as I think that there are too many symbols in the
> IPA for a 255-character font) True Type Font for IPA exists, and if so, if
> it is available on the web.

You can get one at http://www.sil.org, it has, I think, all the
characters.  Several of the characters are zero-width, such as the
voiceless diacritic.

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