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How to make the Trademark Symbol (R in a circle) in a label

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I'm creating a Form which contains a Label, in which I need to appear the standard "R in a circle" Trademark Symbol.  How?
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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me.label0.caption=chr(174)
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What Font are you using?

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Registered (®) is Alt, 0, 1, 7, 4

So, hold ALT, and while holding ALT press 0174.  This should work in Access as well.
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by:Raheman M. Abdul
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lblCopyright.Caption = "Copyright " & Chr(169)

trade mark sign (153) or copyright (169) registered (174)
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go on start - all programs - accessories - system tools - character map
find the character and click on it
copy and paste it into the appropriate spot on the label in the access report
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Ah, okay... I misunderstood the question.
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"Trademark Symbol (R in a circle)"
R = Registered.  If you really want trademark ... and don't want to use code ... then see image

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by:David_W_R
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I tried all methods offered, and this is the only one that worked (Cambria font).
Thanks very much.
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Well, it certainly works in Arial as shown :-)

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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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guessed you did not try the codes posted above

private sub form_load()
me.label0.caption=chr(174)

end sub
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by:David_W_R
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capricorn1,
I understood you to mean to type chr(174) in the Label's Caption Property.
Since your inquiry, I tried it in the Load Procedure and, as you guessed, sure enough it works.
I know "Sorry" doesn't help you much, but "Sorry".

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