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I went to: Text → Glyphs → and found the symbol. However, I can't get it from the window box to the artboard.

I've searched Google & YouTube, but cannot find the answer. How do I type in the Registered ‎® symbol in Inkscape?

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If you are lazy (like I am) google the symbol as unicode, cut and paste. –  DA01 Jun 30 '14 at 1:43
I second @DA01, it's usually quicker and easier to Google it, copy and paste. At least in Illustrator, where you have to sift through the glyphs to find what you want and especially when looking for a non-breaking space! –  DumbNic Jul 17 '14 at 9:59

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Hold Alt, then press, in succession, on your numpad: 0, 1, 7, 4.

source: http://www.alt-codes.net/registered_mark_alt_code.php

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Open the Glyphs panel (Text → Glyphs). Select a text element. Click on the glyph you want, and click the Append button in the bottom-right.

GIF screencast of the same

If you want it in your clipboard, double-click the glyph to add it to the text-field in the bottom left of the panel—you can copy it from there.

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