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I use TeXLive 2010 on Win XP and I notice that while the \textregistered symbol (an R in a circle which is normally placed next to trade names) appears well with the default CM font, it appears incorrectly with the fourier font (which I like much). Here's the code:





Any suggestion on how to make the \textregistered symbol appear well with the Fourier font?

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up vote 11 down vote accepted

You shouldn't ignore the log-file. LaTeX tells you

LaTeX Warning: Command \textregistered invalid in math mode on input line 10.

Use one of these:


%needs amsmath
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Thanks for showing different ways of implementation. And 1 vote up. – yCalleecharan Jul 12 '11 at 9:16

There's no need to use math mode (which results indeed in something wrong):

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Thanks and 1 vote up. I accept Ulrike's solution as it gives more possibilities. – yCalleecharan Jul 12 '11 at 9:17

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