I'm writing a Hub where I use a well known brand of kitty litter. I think I should include the company's trademark symbol when I mention the product. I've forgotten how to make that symbol on the keyboard. Help, anyone? Thanks.
As well as what Rik says, you can also choose the 'insert custom character' function inside the edit text capsule. It's to the left of the chain that inserts a link.
The Alt code is 0153
1. select number lock on keyboard
2. Hold down ALT key
3. Type 0153 using keys to far right of keyboard (numeric keypad)
That should do it. If not do an internet search for more detailed instructions.
Thanks so much, guys! I will write these instructions in my notebook. I've done the symbol before, but could not remember how I did it!
I'm off to finish my Hub (I hope)!
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