List Of Copyright Symbols


This is a table that collects all the Copyright symbols. You can see the list of all the different Copyright symbols, including symbols, names and HTML codes. You can directly copy the symbol by clicking on the symbol you want. By clicking the name of the symbol, you can view the details of the symbol and debug the appearance of the symbol directly.


Symbol click to copyNameHTML-code
Copyright Unicode
Copyright Html
Sound Recording Copyright Unicode
Copyright Symbol
Circled Small c letter Copyright Symbol

How to type copyright symbols?

Different operating systems, different text editors, different ways to type copyright symbols, usually we do not need to remember how to type the copyright symbol(sign), just copy it when needed.


How to copy and paste copyright symbols?

If you need to insert a in text, mail, or text message, facebook, twitter,etc. you can directly copy the in the above table.

If you need to insert a copyright symbol in a web page, please copy the HTML-code corresponding to the copyright symbol(sign) in the above table.


How to type copyright symbol on phone(android or iphone)?

Unlike PC, copyright symbols are often used as an emoji on mobile phones, so you only need to find them in the emoji. Here is how to type the copyright symbol in the iPhone.

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How to type in word?

Copy the in the above table (it can be automatically copied with a mouse click) and paste it in word, Or

  1. Select the Insert tab.
  2. Select Symbol and then More Symbols.
  3. Select the tab in the Symbol window.

Finding specific symbols in countless symbols is obviously a waste of time.

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How to use the keyboard to type copyright symbol(Alt key)?

There is no need to remember that because alt key does not seem so accurate always, copying is a more convenient method.

Why do the same symbols correspond to different html codes?

Because different webpage encodings are used, all encodings can be displayed normally on webpages.


Why does the same symbol appear differently on different platforms (Apple, Samsung, Twitter, Facebook)?

These symbols are actually ideograms and smileys. Different platforms have designed different icons for these picture texts.