BroBryce2009 wrote on 11/20/2009, 11:22 AM
In your Windows Start Menu, look in System Tools or Accessories for a program called "Character Map".  This will allow you to double-click any number of characters you wouldn't normally find in any keyboard layout, and then copy and paste them into your title editor.  Note that you might have to select the text again in your title editor, because it might SEEM invisible but it's usually just appearing in black (on black) and you'll have to change the selected text's color in your title editor.

Hope this helps.

PS:  you can also just copy and paste it from HERE:  © ® ¢ £ €



massi04 wrote on 11/22/2009, 11:48 AM
Do not forget to change first the color of the text or the background of the editor to make the new characters visible.
malibujock wrote on 11/23/2009, 12:34 PM
Thanks for the help. I finally figured out how to paste by putting the cursor where I want it and then "Ctrl + v"  also I can drag it over from the character map.  Once there I can change font, size, color etc. etc.  Thanks again.  I been trying to figure it out for a couple years.
BroBryce2009 wrote on 11/27/2009, 11:35 AM
Glad I could help, sorry I forgot the CTRL+V part though LOL... Glad you figured that part out.  :)  Thanks, too, Massi :)