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TeX: "a" with "o" obove it

In TeX, how to get an "a" with a small "o" obove it?

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9/1/2005 7:57:18 PM
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Prueba con:

$\stackrel{o}{a}$

Saludos

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9/1/2005 9:15:28 PM
Prueba con:

$\stackrel{o}{a}$

Saludos

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9/1/2005 9:15:31 PM
 "Ted Johnson" <eaj@mercuryin.es> writes:
>In TeX, how to get an "a" with a small "o" obove it?

the same way as you were told by morten, last time you posted.

\aa
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rf53 (2582)
9/1/2005 9:25:16 PM
Il Thu, 1 Sep 2005 21:57:18 +0200, Ted Johnson ha scritto:

> In TeX, how to get an "a" with a small "o" obove it?

you mean these?
\r{a}
\r{A}

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bando (24)
9/1/2005 9:30:41 PM
* Ted Johnson on Thu, Sep 01, 2005:
> In TeX, how to get an "a" with a small "o" obove it?

\aa
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blacktrash (116)
9/1/2005 9:39:50 PM
(posted and emailed; please reply on the newsgroup if possible)

Ted Johnson wrote:
> In TeX, how to get an "a" with a small "o" obove it?

You asked exactly the same question yesterday, and the same exact 
question before that on July 7th.  Both posts did in fact show up on the 
newsgroup, and both were answered.

For instance, the most recent post got this answer from Morten H�gholm:
> If you mean the kind of a with o on the top that is a real letter, then  
> \aa does the trick.

Using \r{a} was also suggested as an option.

If that answer didn't address your question, it would have been useful 
to post a reply explaining that it didn't (and, in particular, why it 
didn't), rather than asking the same question over again.

- Brooks


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