Copyright symbol... How to add

Posted on 2010-01-07
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
In access 2007, I want to include copyright symbol (small circle with letter c inside).

"Application Title" in access options interface is where I need to add following the name of my application in it?

How could I do this?

Thank you.
Question by:Mike Eghtebas
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    Expert Comment

    by:Patrick Matthews
    Hello Mike,

    Have you tried copying that symbol into the clipboard from the Windows character map, and then just using
    Ctrl+V in the App Title textbox?


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    Author Comment

    by:Mike Eghtebas
    I just tried but it doesn't work. It shows is a vertical rectangular, empty inside.

    Also I tried chr(169) it just shows chr(169) not the symbol.

    If you know how to update this boxy via code, let me know then we can use chr(169) in the string.
    LVL 62

    Accepted Solution

    Hold down Alt key and type 0169 on Keypad then release Alt  = ©

    Alt then 184 should also work = ©
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    Assisted Solution

    by:Rey Obrero
    use this to change the application title

    CurrentDb.Properties!AppTitle = "MyApplication & Chr(169)
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    Expert Comment

    by:Rey Obrero
    use this to change the application title

    CurrentDb.Properties!AppTitle = "MyApplication" & Chr(169)
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    Assisted Solution

    This appears to work for me - I went into Access Options, Current Database, Application Title, and entered the © as MASQUERAID suggested.  Make sure you use the keypad on the right side of the keyboard, not the numbers above the letters on your keyboard.

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