What font in PhotoShop has the copyright symbol??

Discussion in 'Photography' started by John Stevens, Jul 15, 2003.

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    John Stevens Guest


    I'm doing a lot of digital photography now and I'm looking to attach the
    copyright symbol to my photo credit. Does anyone know what font in PhotoShop
    would have the copyright symbol??

    - John

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    John Stevens, Jul 15, 2003
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    Frederick Guest

    Try Times New Roman. That is what I use all the time, but I never knew
    it was font specific.
    Frederick, Jul 15, 2003
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    Ric Trexell Guest

    John: I don't have Photoshop but I have Photoshop Elements and I just copy
    and paste the © symbol from the character map in Windows. It is in the
    Times Roman font. Just select it and click on copy and then when you have a
    picture you want, just click paste. Nothing to it. © © © © © © © © Ric in
    Ric Trexell, Jul 15, 2003
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    brad Guest

    If you're using a PC you can find this stuff out pretty easily. Click the
    start button and go to Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Character Map.

    Click on any character in the character map and it will show you (on the
    bottom right) what keystrokes will get the character you want.


    P.S. I think Macs use a KeyCaps application, but it's been a while and I
    don't quite remember.
    brad, Jul 15, 2003
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    rufref Guest

    You can hold down the "alt" key and type in 0169 and the © will appear.

    rufref, Jul 16, 2003
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    Logan McMinn Guest

    I can use any font that I have in my computer in Photoshop using the
    type tool, and any font that supports the copyright symbol will give me
    one. I have more than 60 fonts that came bundled with my macintosh,
    and except for such fonts as wingdings and a few Chinese character
    fonts, they all will give me a copyright symbol when I type Option-G.
    Some provide a generic symbol, and others actually provide the symbol
    consistent with the font's design. I'm sure the same capability exists
    on PCs.
    Logan McMinn, Jul 16, 2003
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