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You input them conventionally via your keyboard's numpad (Alt+0174 for ®, Alt+0153 for ) or use the pertinent system tools/ helpers (Charmap, PopChar, Screen Keyboard). Under some circumstances that may fail due to language mismnatches in your system configuration, so you may wish to inputr the actual text in the source text as an expression in the form like
"Adobe® After Effects"
including the quote marks.
Thanks for taking the time to respond. I'm still not getting it. I am on a mac book pro and when I hit "alt+0174" all I get are the character that's above my numbers. where do i find "use the pertinent system tools/ helpers (Charmap, PopChar, Screen Keyboard".
Any help you can give me would be really appreciated.
Got the answer. Figured it out!
On a Mac, the ® symbol is entered using option-r.
Yes, on a Mac it's more straightforward. I was assuming the original poster was on a PC, where indeed this stuff is like pulling teeth thanks to MS - ermmm - "unique" way of implementing Unicode features and keyboard mapping. Anyway, glad it's resolved.