Maybe the question is weird, but is there any way to type an "uppercase" @ symbol (which would be like "A", but with the swirl around as in the "@")?

I've been checking different packages / manuals but I can't find anything related...

Thanks in advance!

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    It seems much like asking for an uppercase comma. ;-)
    – egreg
    Apr 28, 2016 at 10:48

2 Answers 2


You get what you pay for. I bear no personal responsibility if Hermann Zapf is turning over in his grave.

    \stackunder[.1pt]{\itshape a}{\textcolor{white}{%
    \stackunder[.0pt]{\itshape A}{\textcolor{white}{%
\parindent 0pt
mailto:name\fauxat domain.tld

mailto:NAME\fauxAt DOMAIN.TLD

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If one finds the surrounding "O" too thick for the symbol, one can remove the occurrence of \textsf to get the following. I think it actually looks nicer.

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  • 1
    Zapf rotating in it is more likely...
    – naphaneal
    Apr 28, 2016 at 10:45
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    @naphaneal Perhaps we can strap a coil to him and harness a green energy source. Apr 28, 2016 at 10:47
  • Thanks, that would do the trick! And don't worry: it is not intended to be used as the "standard" @ symbol, nor in any uppercase mail address of any kind! ;-)
    – Johanovski
    Apr 28, 2016 at 10:57
  • @Johanovski Well, it does have one redeeming characteristic: if you copy and paste it from a PDF, you will not produce a valid email address. Thus, it is email-crawler resistant! Apr 28, 2016 at 10:59
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    No "personal responsibility", but who will grant you @bsolution for this typographical sin.
    – A Feldman
    Apr 28, 2016 at 21:03

Another one:

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\hskip-.55cm\vtop{\hsize 1.2cm{\raisebox{.05em}{\rotatebox{-20}%            
{\Large O }}\hskip-.53cm \textit{A}\textcolor{white}%        
{\vskip-.405cm\bfseries {\ } \_}\textcolor{white}%
{\hskip-.3cm\vskip-.405cm\bfseries {\ } \_}%




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