If you want to set these up for yourself, click on “Insert,” go to “Symbol,” click on “More Symbols,” and “Options.” Use the “Shortcut” key to set up your own abbreviations for whatever symbol you want. For example, I use ALT “S” for the section sign and ALT “P” for a paragraph symbol. -CCE
By: Jamie Collins
Today, rather than attempting to write a semi-brilliant blog post because, quite frankly, I’m not feeling all that semi-brilliant, I’m sharing some incredibly cool keyboard hacks for savvy legal people everywhere.
Read them. Test them. Love them.
(I know I do…)
For the record, you are simply pressing and holding the “ALT” button, then entering the number code listed below for each of these hacks. DO NOT press the + key. (Just ALT and the number. Got it? Here goes…)
For the corporate and business law legal peeps:
ALT + 0153 = ™
ALT + 0169 = ©
ALT + 0174 = ®
(Please feel free to send Belgian chocolates or a big bag of Haribo gummy bears of gratitude my way, people. That’s “Collins” with two L’s.)
For those poor legal souls who spend countless hours typing or editing legal documents (which I’m pretty sure is ALL of…
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