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Use these rules for identifying third-party trademarks in printed documentation, with the
Third-Party Trademarks in HTML/Web documentation
- Use an asterisk (*) in place of the ®, TM, SM , CM , or CLM symbol.
Apply the appropriate notice (*) at the first and most prominent reference of the term in
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