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Notebook with Integral-sign


Hello out there!
I'm writing a Mathematica-notebook for educational use.
So there is something to say about the formulas that we use in the
notebook. For that it was fine to have some special characters like the
integral-sign or the summation-sign. I saw something like this in an
existing convolution notebook (package), but it was in postscript, so
it=B4s to difficult to modify it bit by bit for other uses. The question
is, how is the easiest way to integrate such signs in a notebook? Are
there any tools or advices which can help me ?

Thank you in advance

Joerg

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