Insert a copyright symbol on a PowerPoint slide?

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  1. Use the menu or hotkey to add a copyright symbol to your presentation
  2. Using the PowerPoint AutoCorrect hotkey
  3. Add Copyright Symbol
  4. Insert symbols and emoji
  5. Add Symbols and Emoji in PowerPoint

Use the menu or hotkey to add a copyright symbol to your presentation

If your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation contains copyrighted material, you can indicate this by placing the copyright symbol © on your slides. You can do this with keyboard shortcuts or through the Emoji and Symbols menu.

Using the PowerPoint AutoCorrect hotkey

PowerPoint AutoCorrect includes an item specifically designed to add a copyright symbol to a slide. This shortcut is faster to use than the symbol menu.

Add Copyright Symbol

Enter (C) . This simple keyboard shortcut switches typed text (c) to the © symbol on a PowerPoint slide.

Insert symbols and emoji

PowerPoint comes with a large library of symbols and emoticons that you can use on your slides. In addition to familiar emoji, hand signals, food, and activity emoji, you have access to arrows, boxes, stars, hearts, and math symbols.

Add Symbols and Emoji in PowerPoint

  1. Click the slide where you want to add the symbol.

  2. Click Change in the menu bar and select Emoji and Symbols in the drop-down menu.

  3. To find the copyright symbol, in the window that opens, type “copyright” in the search field and then select the symbol royalty from the results.

  4. If you’re looking for a different symbol, browse the collection of emojis and symbols, or click the icon at the bottom of the window to navigate to symbols, such as bullets/stars, technical symbols, letter-like symbols, icons, and symbol characters .

  5. Click a symbol to apply it to the slide.

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