How To Do Numbers?

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by ddk121, May 6, 2006.

  1. ddk121 macrumors 6502

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    #1
    Hey!
    I am currently doing my physics homework, and need help on doing a 'squared number'. For example, 'two squared'. Anyone know how to do those small 2's?
     
  2. ®îçhå®? macrumors 68000

    ®îçhå®?

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    In word, highlight the text gor the squared numbers and select **superscript**
     
  3. mkrishnan Moderator emeritus

    mkrishnan

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    Erm...in what software?

    In Microsoft Word, the superscript and subscript icons are in the Font part of the palette. They look like an A with a 2 in the superscript or subscript position.

    In TextEdit, it's Format -> Font -> Baseline -> Superscript from the menus, to make the raised number.
     
  4. neocell macrumors 65816

    neocell

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    In word, I like using the default short cut keys of: cmd + shift + = (so actually the "+" key) to enable superscripting or the cmd + = for sub, so I don't have to leave my hands from the keyboard
     

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