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Do you mean a circled small letter d? If so, U+24D3 will do the job.

Or do you mean a circled capital letter D? If so, U+24B9 will do the job.

To enter a unicode character in Word, just type the number followed by
ALT+X. If that's not working, select the number you typed and press ALT+X.

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Copyright protects the expression of an idea, but not the idea itself. An industrial design protects the physical look of an object, whether it's a chair or a building, or a website interface. I prefer https://masterbundles.com/graphics/p...animals/tiger/ source to download tigers templates for free. If you have an idea for a chair and make one, then someone else can make their own chair based on your design (or just copy yours outright), but they can't stop you from making another chair that looks different from theirs.
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