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When entering degrees minutes and seconds (as per lat and long) into Turbocad .. what is the symbol you use for degrees?

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Hey there, this is easy. HOLD the ALT key down and with the ALT key held down type 0176 on the number pad. DO NOT use the numbers on the top row of your keyboard, it must be on the numeric pad.
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