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The + sign when typeset using Latin Modern in LaTeX is too big when used to indicate the international dialing country code.

According to the LaTeX comprehensive symbol list, the commands

\adfbullet{5} 

or

\adfbullet{7}

will produce a symbol that seems to work. Unfortunately, adding \adfbullet{5} yields an "Undefined control sequence" error.

So, how to get the two symbols that should be produced by these two commands?

(And yes, I have seen "+" sign in international phone numbers).

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I think you should put \usepackage{adfbullets} in the preamble.

See http://texdoc.net/texmf-dist/doc/fonts/adfsymbols/adfsymbols.pdf (or run texdoc adfbullets) for further information.

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