How to Put a Copyright Notice On Your Work
To get the "c in the circle" to display on your computer or website, use HTML code "&#33;" or "©" in browser view so it will look like this: © 2007 Carolyn E. Wright
For a trademark symbol on a web page, you must use the ASCII Character Code: "™" or, if your trademark is registered: "®" or "&reg;" (browser) to look like this: PhotoAttorney®
To get the copyright symbol to display when typing text documents, you can either insert the symbol using the software program options or:
For PC -
1. Hold the Ctrl and Alt keys at the same time and press c (Ctrl+Alt+c), or
2. Hold the Alt key and type 0169 on the number pad (Alt+0169)
For Mac -
Hold down the Option key and press 'g'(Option+g)
For the trademark symbol when your trademark is not registered, press:
Ctrl+Alt+t or type Alt + 0174 on a PC; or
Option+2 on a Mac.
For the registered trademark symbol, type:
Alt + 0153 or Ctrl+Alt+r on a PC; or
Option+R on a Mac.
These are easy additional steps you can take to protect your work.
Take my advice; get professional help.
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