You can easily insert hundreds of symbols into your Word document with a few keystrokes. Two of the most common efforts are trademarks and trademarks, so let's take a look at a few quick ways to put them in your document.
To insert a copyright or trademark symbol with the Symbols menu  Switch to the "Insert" tab on the Words band.
Click the "Symbol" button.
By default, both copyright and trademark symbols are available directly from the drop-down menu. Click either to add them to your document.
Presto! The symbol is now in your document.
If you do not see the copyright or trademark symbols in the "Symbol" drop-down menu, it's likely that you've added a lot of other symbols. Word will remember the 20 latest symbols you've used and place them on that menu, penetrating other symbols shown there. So, if you do not see them, you must click on the "More Symbols" option and browse for them.
For more information about inserting symbols in Word, check out our article on the subject.
How to insert a copyright or trademark brand with your keyboard
You can also insert copyright and trademark symbols in Word with your keyboard. This works because both symbols are included as standard in Words AutoCorrect settings.
To insert a type of copyright symbol "(c)", and then press the spacebar. A copyright icon is displayed.
To insert a brand symbol type "(tm)", and then press the spacebar.
To see what other options the AutoCorrect option has at the top, go to File> Options> Evidence> AutoCorrect Options. On the AutoCorrect tab in the window that opens, you can browse through a list of everything that Word can replace when writing, including things like symbols and usually misspelled words. You can also create your own entries to create a shortcut for text you type frequently.