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I am doing this with m2 in surface areas. Assuming you're using a Paragraph Style, you can attach a GREP Style to that and each time there's a word of any length ending in 'tm' followed by a space or a comma, a particular Character Style can be applied so that the 'TM' is automatically formatted. Alternatively, some fonts (you need to check your font) may ...


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You can achieve what you want with the Autocorrect feature. (well... almost*) The thing is that adding a glyph into the "correction" field is a bit tricky, but doable. Here's how: First, go Edit > spelling > enable Autocorrect. Then, you'll need to locate and modify the Autocorrect XML file. Most likely, it does not exist already, unless you already ...


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Text Variable will be the simplest and most manageable way to handle this - create a New Text Variable for your product name, insert that once. Then copy it in Story Editor - you can Find & replace as text or GREP, paste that one insert symbol/tag and get it everywhere, AND if later the trademark changes.... it's easy to manage. Hope this helps.


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Trademarking a logo where a somehow special font is starring makes that font less interesting to other buyers. It can also create a perfect seedbed for future lawsuits. That's why the market wants to prevent using their stuff for logos or at least do not allow trademarking. Maybe you can sell a little customized version to the logo maker, if you still want ...


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Using any copyrighted material, including a logo, to create new artwork can be construed as derivative work and copyright infringement. There are some general exceptions such as parody, or personal use (fair use). However, actually designing a logo for yourself based upon an established brand would be clear infringement in my opinion. Many companies are ...


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