Adding a Copyright © Symbol on Google Docs

The Copyright © symbol, why is it so hard to find where to insert it from? I'm not going to get into details about why, if you should, shouldn't or if you even have to add a © anymore. I just wanted to know how to insert the symbol and that's that! So here's what I learned.

FYI: A copyright notice should include the copyright symbol or the word "copyright", the year of first publication and the author's name, abbreviation or other way you're generally known.

Adding the Symbol in Google Docs:

Select it from here ©, copy it, then paste it where you want to put it. {Simple, yes!?}


3 Steps to Insert a Copyright © Symbol onto your Google Doc: 

Step 1:
Have your google doc open. Go to the Menu bar at the top left. Select Insert > Special Characters.

Step 2:
Then select "categories" > "Symbol" > and finally select "Misc."

Step 3:
Then just click the Copyright © symbol and you're all done!

Now, hopefully I won't forget.

Linda Winegar

I've never had the best handwriting and was the only 8th grader who typed up their homework. I used my mom's old school MSDOS computer and would save it on huge floppy disks, LOL. How grateful I am to get to use a fancy Mac these days. I absolutely love designing anything to help make life easier. I've loved it since I designed my very first digital logo back in 1999 for my DJ biz. I dream of someday owning a print & copy shop, until then, you can download and use my free printables or have me personalize a digital invite from my Etsy shop for you.

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