How to Add a Trademark Symbol

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Most computers do not come with a trademark symbol (™) assigned to the keyboard, but it doesn't mean the symbol can't be added to text or documents. The process of adding a trademark symbol to your document is different for Windows and Macintosh computers but simple either way and should not take more than a few seconds.

Inserting a Trademark Symbol in Windows

  • Open the document that requires the trademark symbol.

  • Select the location in the text where the trademark symbol is to be inserted using the cursor.

  • Press the "Num Lock" button to enable number lock.

  • Hold down the "Alt" key and type "0153" (without quotation marks) using the set of number keys on the right side of the keyboard. The trademark symbol will be inserted by the Windows system into the selected piece of text.

Inserting a Trademark Symbol on a Macintosh

  • Open the document which requires the trademark symbol.

  • Select the location in the text where the trademark symbol is to be inserted using the cursor.

  • Hold down the "Alt" (also known as the "option" key) and press the "2" key. The trademark symbol will be inserted by the Macintosh system into the selected piece of text. European Macintosh users will have to press and hold "Shift" and "Alt" before pressing the "2" key.

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