If you are a business owner or a marketing professional, you know how important it is to protect your brand and intellectual property. One way to do this is by using the trademark symbol (™) to indicate that a word, phrase, or logo is a registered trademark. However, many people struggle with inserting this symbol in their PowerPoint presentations.
In this article, I will guide you through the steps to insert the trademark symbol in PowerPoint, making it easier for you to protect your brand identity and communicate your ownership of registered trademarks to your audience. By following these simple steps, you can ensure that your presentations are professional, legally compliant, and fully protect your brand.
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How to insert the trademark symbol
1. Open your presentation document in PowerPoint.
2. Put the cursor where you want to insert the trademark symbol.
3. Navigate to the Insert menu.
4. Click Symbol.
5. For the Font, select (normal text).
6. And for the Subset, select Letterlike Symbols. This will narrow down our search.
7. Click the trademark symbol (™) and hit Insert.
8. The trademark symbol has been inserted.
How to type the trademark symbol with the keyboard
If you are using a full keyboard, you are in luck. The numpad keys on the right side of the keyboard can be used to create the trademark symbol. To do that, press and hold the Alt key followed by 0153 on the numeric keys. For laptop and smaller keyboard users, you might want to add the Fn key in the combination (Alt+Fn+0153).
Inserting the trademark symbol from the internet
Another method you can try is by googling the trademark symbol and copy the character from the source. For example, you can copy the symbol from Wikipedia if you find it faster.
FAQ about inserting trademark in PowerPoint
How do I insert a trademark symbol using the Alt code in PowerPoint?
To insert a trademark symbol using Alt code in PowerPoint, press and hold the Alt key, then type 0153 on the numeric keypad.
How do I insert a trademark symbol using Character Viewer on Mac in PowerPoint?
To insert a trademark symbol using Character Viewer on Mac in PowerPoint, press Option + 2 or use the Command + Control + Spacebar shortcut to open the Character Viewer and search for the symbol.
Can I copy and paste a trademark symbol into PowerPoint?
Yes, you can copy and paste a trademark symbol into PowerPoint from another source.