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Subject:Re: Service Mark From:Rick Stone <rstone75 -at- kc -dot- rr -dot- com> To:Shannon Wade <SWade -at- daktronics -dot- com> Date:Tue, 02 Oct 2007 10:07:28 -0500
Have you tried simply typing open parenthesis ( followed by sm followed
by close parenthesis )? I don't have Word 2003 in front of me, but since
Word seems to be kind of ahead of the game with respect to this type of
action, thought I'd mention it. I believe it works with things like
copyright ( c ) and registered ( r ). Maybe even trademark ( tm ). So
it might be worth trying.
Cheers... Rick :)
Shannon Wade wrote:
> I'm working in Word 2003 (waiting patiently for the update to 2007) and
> need to figure out a way to put in the designation for a service mark.
> I'm not fond of just superscripting capital letters, nor am I fond of
> using Arial Unicode MS font. I'm afraid that the people receiving the
> manual may not have that font. I've searched online and in the archives.
> Can anyone help?
> Shannon Wade
> swade -at- daktronics -dot- com
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