How to insert a copyright or trademark symbol in Word. Two of the most commonly inserted symbols are copyright and trademark, so let's take a look at two quick ways to insert them into your document.
How to insert a copyright or trademark symbol in Word
Switch to the "Insert" tab on the top ribbon of Word.
Click the "Symbol" button.
By default, both copyright and trademark symbols are available directly in the drop-down menu. Click to insert them into the document.
The symbol is now in your document.
If you don't see the copyright or trademark symbols on the "Symbol" drop-down menu, it probably means that you have entered a bunch of other symbols. Word remembers the last 20 symbols you used and places them on that menu, hiding other symbols that appear there. So, if you don't see them, you'll need to click on the “More Symbols” option and look for them.
How to enter a copyright or trademark symbol using the keyboard
You can also insert copyright and trademark symbols into Word using your keyboard. This works because both symbols are included in Word's AutoCorrect settings by default.
To insert a copyright symbol, type “(c)” and then press the space bar. The copyright symbol will appear.
To insert a trademark symbol, type “(tm)” and then press the space bar. The trademark symbol will appear.
Done these are two quick ways to insert insert a copyright or trademark symbol into your word documents