I am trying to include an infinity symbol in a Powerpoint 2010 file on a Windows 7 machine. I have tried copying symbols from the internet, which works fine until I try to increase the font. At that point the right-half of the symbol becomes much larger than the left half.
I have also tried using an infinity symbol from the MSWord 'character map'. That symbol is 221E in the Unicode (hex) section of the map. However, even with that symbol the size of the right-half is noticeably larger than the left-half in Powerpoint. Is that how the symbol should appear? If not, please suggest a way to obtain a symmetric infinity symbol in Powerpoint.
I realize that LaTeX might be the solution, but do not have LaTeX installed on this machine.
Perhaps I should simply take a screenshot of a suitable symbol and paste in a jpeg file of the symbol into Powerpoint.
Thanks for any other suggestions.