I have a student typing up her thesis. She needs to type external tensor, $\boxtimes$. Is there anyway to get that symbol in Microsoft Word? She doesn't know how to use TeX.
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It does seem that Word will render the symbol by "copy and paste". It worked in implementation of Word (Office 10), and rendered as Cambria Math (font), with size $13$, which can be scaled to a different font size.
Edit: the symbol "$\boxtimes$" can be directly inserted from/within "Word" using:
Or, the better option if working within the Word "Equation Editor" environment:
The symbol in Word is referred to as "squared times."
It rendered as the exact image compared to "copied-and-pasted" symbol I inserted.