What is the best method in creating the C-Copyright symbol, by using only the keys on your computer?
What is the easiest way or method to make the C Copyright symbol on your computer, by using the keys on the keyboard?
If you are using Word for WIndows, type in the following: open parenthesis, "C", close parenthesis - (C) - Word automatically converts it to the copyright symbol. if you decide you don't wnat the copyright symbol, only the "(C)", then hit the backspace key one time, and Word will convert it back to the "(C)".
This works for the tradmark symbol as well - open parenthesis, "T", close parenthesis - which places the "T" inside a circle.
If you are using a Mac, you just press the Alt key and g together and you get the copyright symbol.
If you are using Windows on a desktop computer, you can press the sequence 0169 on the numpad while holding down the ALT key. So this would be ALT+0169 – ©.
Other sequences that may be of your interest:
ALT+0169 = ©
ALT+0174 = ®
ALT+0153 = ™
In the hubpages text editor there is a symbol menu that allows you to insert non-alphanumeric characters.
Just open the MS word and press Ctrl + Alt + C to produce ©
You can use this symbol as per your requirement. This is the most simple method.
by Alfreta Sailor 7 years ago
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by Claudia Mitchell 4 years ago
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by Jerry G2 4 years ago
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by Pamela N Red 4 years ago
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