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Or rather than the hassle an additional keyboard will cause--simply make use
of the Unicode toggle.

The © glyph is Unicode U+00A9,  type a U+00A9 and with cursor positioned
after the 9, use <Alt>+X to toggle. 

In fact you can allow the auto-correct replacement, and then toggle back to
the Unicode codepoint and replace that simple string.
Works for any individual glpyh with coverage in the current font.  For
additional fonts, use the Special Character dialog.

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