FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS How To Type Trademark TM, Registered (R) and Copyright (C) Symbols on Windows Keyboard with Numpad

Has this ever happened to you? You're typing a document on your Windows desktop computer, or maybe you're posting a comment on Social Media, or maybe you're creating your email signature and you're trying to find that TM or an R in circle symbol for a registered trademark or a copyright symbol. And it gets so frustrating because you can't find them anywhere on the keyboard? Right?

So you go out there, you ask around, maybe you Google, eventually you find them, but the next time you need to use them, they’re still not there and you do the same thing over and over again.

My name is Andrei Mincov. I'm the founder of Trademark Factory, and in my years of career, I've used these characters probably thousands of times, so I created the short video is going to show you exactly how to find these characters when you’re using your Windows computer with a keyboard that has a numeric pad on it.



First, you’re gonna press and hold the Alt key, and then if you want to get the ™ symbol on the numeric pad, you will press 0153 and then you’re gonna let go both the alt and the three keys, that’s how you get the ™. If you want the R in a circle, then again you’re gonna press and hold the Alt key, and then you’re gonna type in 0174 and then again you’re gonna let go of both these keys. And if you want the copyright symbol, you’re gonna press and hold Alt and then you’re gonna type 0169 and then let go.

I hope you found this video useful. And if you did, make sure you share it with a friend who may need the same answer as well. And by the way, if you don’t have a keyboard with a numeric pad. If you're using a laptop or if you’re using a Mac, or maybe using an iPhone or if you’re using an Android. Uh, we have videos for that as well.

But also, we have a universal solution that works regardless of the platform that you want to use. It works with Windows, it works with Mac, it works with iOS, it works with Android. It works anywhere. If you’re interested in that, go to tmf.ocks/type. TMF stands for Trademark Factory. So and you’ll get this tool, you can use it for free. Until then, I'll see you in the next video.


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