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I'm running Mathematica 9, which is quite an old version. I often use the specially-formatted double brackets to easily distinguish single and double brackets. For example, I use:

easy

instead of:

hard

which is harder to read.

The double brackets shown in the first example are typically generated using the keys Esc[[Esc and Esc]]Esc in Mathematica. (I think, but am not sure, that much later versions of Mathematica, like latter releases of 12 and all releases of 13, automatically format double brackets in that way.)

I am attempting to make course materials that reference Mathematica, and I would like to typeset Mathematica code (including the specially-formatted double brackets) in word processing software such as Microsoft Word and LaTeX. Is it possible to use the Mathematica code font in word processors?

I notice that I have a number of Mathematica fonts on my computer:

Mathematica1
Mathematica1Mono
Mathematica2
Mathematica2Mono
Mathematica3
Mathematica3Mono
Mathematica4
Mathematica4Mono
Mathematica5
Mathematica5Mono
Mathematica6
Mathematica6Mono
Mathematica7
Mathematica7Mono

But they all appear to be fonts for Mathematica front end text, not code. Is the font for Mathematica code available somewhere?

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