You can enable the Unicode format with the keyboard shortcut
ctrl+shift+u (per use).
Once enabled, you can then type the Unicode or Hex code to make the character, then hit the
enter key (Or space key will work, too). If you have magical inhuman fingers, you can hold down
ctrl+shift+u while entering in the unicode or hex, thereby not needing to hit the
For example, to make the ß character, I would use the hex
0xDF (Though I did not bother capitalizing the
DF and the character came out fine).
The Trademark™ is unicode 2122 and the Registered® is 00AE.
This also works for Accented Characters. For example, cedilla is 00E7, should you want to type
You can look up Unicode Lists or look up the Hex of Unicode you need on a per-character basis.
To tie all of the above together... I want to type the word
facade without letting people know how ignorant I really am.
I would type the
f and the
a letters, then tap
ctrl+shift+u and type in
00e7 for the cedilla character, then enter or space key and continue typing as normal: