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Add a copyright symbol to your image's title bar

Added on Friday 18th of September 2009 08:22 am EST
 

Applications:

Adobe Photoshop CS/CS2/CS3/CS4

Operating Systems:

Macintosh, Microsoft Windows

 

I’d like to add a copyright symbol to my images’ title bars but I’m unsure how. Can you explain?

 

Sure! While adding a copyright symbol to the title bar of your image won’t stop image thieves completely, it’s a great way to mark the image as your own.

 

To add a copyright symbol to an image’s title bar:

1.       Open an image in Photoshop.

2.      Choose File > File Info to display the File Info dialog box.

3.      Choose Copyrighted from the Copyright Status pop-up menu, as shown in Figure A.  

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