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A frequently asked question on the graphics forums is how to create the copyright symbol so you can add it to your image as a text layer in a graphics program.
The short answer is:
ALT+0169 (using the numeric keypad) for the PC
Option+G for the MAC.
In Windows you can also use the Character Map, which is especially useful if you're working on a laptop because there is no numeric keypad. It's located under Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Character Map.
An even easier way is to do a quick web search for the copyright symbol, copy and paste it into the application. You can even create a small text file containing the copyright symbol and open to copy and paste.
You can copy and paste the copyright symbol below. The font size is 36 so it might need to be reduced in the document you're working on.

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