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Here is what I did:

  1. I downloaded ifsym package from MiKTeX Package Manager. (MPM)
  2. I added the line to my .tex file:

    \usepackage{ifsym}
    
  3. I tried typing \Letter in the document.

but it doesn't work.

The \Letter is a symbol in ifsym package if I know correctly, which looks like an envelope.

Do I miss something?

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You need to use

\usepackage[misc]{ifsym}

since this symbol is only defined when using the misc package option.

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Looking at the source \Letter is only defined if you use

\usepackage[misc]{ifsym}
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1

Use the package bbding:

\usepackage{bbding}

and after author name type \Envelope

Example: Alex Anderson \Envelope or if you want the envelope sign within bracket type: Alex Anderson ( \Envelope )

Be successful.

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