Typing the Copyright Symbol

Type the copyright symbol yourself.  its easy to insert copyright symbol. 

 

 

How to make a copyright symbol for text documents:

How to make a Copyright C Symbol on a PC Keyboard  (©):

This should work for all PC keyboards when you need to type a copyright symbol. It should work on WYSIWYG html programs when you insert copyright symbols and of course any word processor where you need to make a copyright symbol with your keyboard from standard fonts installed.

 

Hold down Ctrl and Alt at the same time and press C                Ctrl+Alt+C

 

Hold down Alt and type 0169 on the number pad (right hand side of your keyboard)   Alt+0169

 

How to make a Copyright C Symbol on a Mac  (©):

This should work for all Mac keyboards when you need to type a copyright symbol.

 

Hold down Option at the same time and press 'g'to get the copyright symbol.                Option+g

 

HTML Copyright Symbol (inserting the Copyright Symbol in HTML pages)

The special symbol code for the copyright symbol © on HTML is &copy.  

 

 

An example code using the special symbol name would be as follows.

 

<p> &copy; 2011 John Doe </p>

 

use the  number code instead of the symbol code.   The number is &#169;

 

An example code using the special symbol number would be as follows.

 

<p> &#169; 2011 John Doe </p>

Unicode Copyright Symbol

Unicode is required by modern standards such as Java, XML, ECMAScript / JavaScript, CORBA, WML, LDAP etc.

about Copyright Symbols that use Unicode will require the &#169 input.

 

Java Script / JSP Copyright Symbol

In Java use the unicode   &#169; or  &#xA9; to get the copyright symbol. 

 

XML Copyright Symbol

In XML use the unicode   &#169; or  &#xA9; to get the copyright symbol.

 

XSL Copyright Symbol

If you were to use the '&copy' entity with XSL, you may well come across the complaint of "Reference to undefined entity 'copy'."

In XSL always use &#xA9;

 

Texinfo Copyright Symbol:

In Texinfo, the copyright symbol needs an @-command. The command is followed by a pair of braces, `{}', without any space between the name of the command and the braces.

 `@copyright{}'

This will generate `(C)' in Info, and the © in a printed manual.

 

LaTex Copyright Symbol:

In LaTex, for the copyright symbol use the command       \copyright    (slash copyright)