I refer to your article, "Strategies for a Euro Future", (The Lawyer, 14 July) which discussed a number of actions to ensure the euro-compliance of IT systems.
Another problem for readers may be that their word processing software does not allow them to produce the euro symbol. Additional software is required to produce the "eurokey".
The European Commission explains the designs as follows: "…the Greek epsilon points back to the cradle of European civilisation and the first letter of Europe; the two parallel lines that cross it indicate the stability of the Euro".
M Whitwell, chief executive