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Try Start > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map, and click on it.
In the window which opens you will find the copyright symbol in the font of your choice - simply copy and paste into the Premiere titler.
I use this feature so much that I have pinned the Character Map icon to my taskbar.
What about just typing 0169 on the numeric keypad while holding down the ALT key.
Searching the Help file would have been a good start: Titler (keyboard shortcuts)
Insert copyright symbol
(Character map and the Unicode shortcuts work, too.)
Thanks everybody, but Alan's answer works the best for me.
Hope everyone is having a great Sunday.
Thanks again for all the great help and the quick responses.
Over and out.
I use your method for so very many symbols. I have a shortcut on my Desktop.
Besides the ©, ®, £, ° and ± symbols, I use Wingdings 1 thru 3 and Webdings quite often. They work great for making "arrows" to follow a action.
ALT + 0169 = ©
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Mac - Alt G
Alt+ 0169 does NOT work.
I think some fonts don't have ©. So you might have to switch to Ariel or something.
ALSO, I just noticed that if I used the top row of numbers, ALT+0169 didn't work. I had to use the number pad.
For many laptops you might have to open the Character Map as mentioned previously.
Another workaround might be to copy & paste from another document.
Been working for me for years, along with all the other Windows ALT key
codes. © ¥ £ ¢
whatever happened to Option + G on the Mac? In PS, Alt + G works just fine to get a copyright symbol. This is another one of those Adobe inconsistencies that drives me nuts. It sure would be nice to have similar functions across all Adobe products to have the same shortcuts - at least for the shortcuts that we can't custom map a different way.
I never knew about Character Map. Thank you for this.
What am I missing? Option (Alt) G works fine with my copy of ps CS5.1.