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As I copyedit articles for a computer magazine and a Mac newsletter, I
constantly come across company names, product names, and logos that I am
not familiar with. In my misguided and probably psychopathologic quest for
perfection, I try to use the proper trademark or copyright symbols.
Is there a (relatively) complete source, online or not, that I can turn to
when I need to determine which symbol to use?