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Depending on whose registered symbol it is, you might want to refer to the
Microsoft Manual of Style. Most Microsoft products (Windows 95, 98, etc.)
contain two registered symbols in the name. Otherwise, use it only the first
time you refer to it.
Sr. Methods Analyst
United Parcel Service
From: bdoonan -at- coreco -dot- com [mailto:bdoonan -at- coreco -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 12:28 PM
Subject: Trademark Question
I need to know if you have to use the registered symbol throughout the
document or just use it the first time with the register mark and without
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