This tip is for Microsoft Word 2000.
For the Microsoft Word 2003 version of this tip, visit Adding Copyright, Trademark, Registered Trademark Symbols – Microsoft Word 2003
For the Microsoft Word 2007 version of this tip, visit Insert Copyright, Trademark, Other Symbols – Microsoft Word 2007
Microsoft Word 2000’s AutoCorrect feature can be a pain at times, but in other instances it can be quite helpful. Take copyrights and trademarks for example. Normally, you would have to go through a couple of menus to insert such symbols in your documents. As long as AutoCorrect is turned on, just typing (c), (r), or ™ in your document should result in a copyright symbol, registered trademark, and trademark symbol being displayed, respectively.