Outlook 2003-send page by email-weird characters for trademark symobols

i have a html page that contains some trademark symbols.. eg. is a R in a circle.
when i sen the page by email- all the trademark symobls convert to with an 'A' plus some weird characters... is there a workaround?
grnowAsked:
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zkeownCommented:
You may need to HTML encode these.  For instance, instead of circle-R put ®

Here's a list:  http://www.pageresource.com/html/speclist.htm

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grnowAuthor Commented:
sorry for the confusion. the html page belongs to a 3rd party, i have no control over the page. the html page looks fine when we view it online, with all the trademarks. however, when we try to send the page by email, in outlook 2003, it show those trademark symbols as weird characters.
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zkeownCommented:
Ohhhhhh well that makes a huge difference.

Unfortunately, I don't think there's anything you can do.  I'll be interested to see if anyone else has a solution.
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