|Mar 17, 2008, 05:35 AM||#1|
Insert Squared Symbol?
This is gonna sound like a total noob question, but I was in Mail a few days ago, and I wanted to write some measurements to a friend.. so I was looking to write for ex:
100m² (ie, 100 square metres).. but i couldn't figure out how to get the squared bit (ie, the small raised "2")..
i went into special characters, but couldn't really see anything..
in outlook 2003, i have just gone into insert symbol and picked the symbol with ease (and just pasted it in the above example)..
any help most appreciated..
|Mar 17, 2008, 05:51 AM||#2|
They are there (in the Character Palette) under Numbers and Number symbols (or whatever it was called):
...but I was a bit disappointed about the lack of a superscript option somewhere under Format...
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|Feb 27, 2014, 04:47 AM||#4|
To square it
The characters menu that is activated with "ctrl+cmd+space" allows access to a "superscript 2" (²).
if the "Digits — All" category isn't in the left-hand column, click the gear icon, then select that — adding it to the list.
...Then you can add the "superscript 2", in "Digits — All", to Favorites, so you can access it a little more quickly.
Just double click it to place into your text.
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