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nixtricke

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Cpyright symbol
Posted: Feb 3, 2015 7:37 AM
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How do I make a copyright symbol on the computer, I forgot!
Steven Thurman

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Re: Cpyright symbol
Posted: Feb 3, 2015 7:42 AM   in response to: nixtricke in response to: nixtricke
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If you are using MW you can go to insert - symbols and there are several choices.
Etienne

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Re: Cpyright symbol
Posted: Feb 3, 2015 8:35 AM   in response to: nixtricke in response to: nixtricke
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On any computers running Windows, use alternate keystrokes Hit alt 0 1 6 9 and the symbol appears ©
landdk

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Re: Cpyright symbol
Posted: Feb 3, 2015 8:39 AM   in response to: Steven Thurman in response to: Steven Thurman
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Here's a couple ways to type the copyright symbol:

First, type the left parenthesis "(".
Next, type the letter "c".
Next, type the right parenthesis ")"
And last, press the space bar.

Another way to type the copyright symbol is to press "alt" and type "0169".
In both instances, do not type the quotation marks.
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B.L. Alley

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Re: Cpyright symbol
Posted: Feb 3, 2015 9:47 AM   in response to: nixtricke in response to: nixtricke
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or copy it from the Charac ter Map while displaying the same font.
Etienne

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Re: Cpyright symbol
Posted: Feb 3, 2015 10:13 AM   in response to: B.L. Alley in response to: B.L. Alley
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Or copy and paste it from somewhere else.

However, alternate keystrokes are so much simpler. I use them all the time, mostly to type ellipses and em-dashes.

There are many websites that provide partial or complete lists, including this one:

http://symbolcodes.tlt.psu.edu/accents/codealt.html
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