Of course, it’s different for different devices. But, it’s a kind of easy transaction for many users. If you are using MS Word editor, click on the Add > Files section and choose “Symbols”. Browse the symbols, or switch by clicking the name of a category in the left navigation pane. Choose the copyright symbol and click on it. Then click on the “add” button to insert into your text. On the other hand, using CTRL + ALT + C keyword shortcut will be one of the quickest solutions for you if you want to type a copyright symbol into your document. If you don't see the copyright or trademark symbols in the “Symbol” drop-down menu, you probably added additional symbols. Word remembers the last 20 symbols you used and places them in that menu and marks other icons that appear there. So, if you don't see them, you'll need to click “More Symbols” ve and browse them.
You can also add copyright and trademark symbols to Word using your keyboard. This works because both icons are located by default in Word's AutoCorrect settings. To add a copyright symbol, type “(c) ve and then press the spacebar. A copyright symbol will appear. If you want to see another AutoCorrect option in Word's case, go to File> Options> Proof Print> AutoCorrect Options. On the AutoCorrect tab of the pop-up window, you can see a list of everything Word can change as you type, including symbols and often misspelled words. You can even create your own entries if you want to create shortcuts to your favorite text.