Nope, tried all variations....Blue Velvet said:You don't have your caps lock on by any chance?
In most fonts, Shift+Option+R gives a cap A with a carat.
Got it. Sorted.wordmunger said:Can you get it to work in *any* font? Try Times. If that doesn't work, then it's a problem with Illustrator. If it does, then it's a problem with the font.
If you just go to the Type menu and choose 'Glyphs' then you'll be able to see the entire character set for the whole font you're using. Just double-click the character you're looking for and it will be placed at the text insertion point.I am having the same issue on Illustrator creating the registered trademark symbol, I have my font set as Times but there is just an error sound whenever I try
Illustrator, and before that PageMaker specifically followed by Freehand Adobe and Aldus found solutions that "worked" in the reality of how things worked. There are several general solutions. First is that the font is sufficient. That practically didn't work at all in the beginning. And still doesn't work. Many font designers were most interested in Upper and Lower case A-Z and 1-0. Followed by a small set of symbols, periods question marks and such. But very incomplete. There was a very high desire for USERS to use these fonts because they were inexpensive and interesting. Complete well made fonts were simply very expensive.In Illustrator, what's the key combo to get the little R in a circle up, for 'registered'.....?