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I want to use a label about copyright on my About Dialog.
I dont know how to get copy right symbol. That is C inside a circle. Can I get this symbol in Unicode characters.If yes what is the value.Or what is the alternative??
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Question by:anilkumarv
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by:saam
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alternative:
open MS Word 97 and type (c), it will automaticlly change the (c) into a ©
copy your © and paste it in Label1.Caption

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alternative:
open MS Word 97 and type (c), it will automaticlly change the (c) into a ©
copy your © and paste it in Label1.Caption

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by:anilkumarv
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Hai saam

Your Answer is right.

post it as a answer and take the points.

thanks.
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by:Poddy
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Use charmap... you can copy from there and the status bar will also tell you that the char code is xxxx
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ok..
alternative:
      open MS Word 97 and type (c), it will automaticlly change the (c) into a ©
      copy your © and paste it in Label1.Caption

thank you
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