Have you ever tried to insert a copyright symbol in Excel ??
Ever tried to insert a RAISE TO THE POWER in Excel ?
If yes, then you must know what a superscript is.
Superscript is the process of putting a smaller version of any letter or symbol raised from the normal level.
The most common example of a superscript is when we want to insert any mathematical expression where we need to show an exponentiation. Something like Hellosuperscript.
In this article, we will learn to put a superscript in Excel by different ways.
Superscript is mostly needed when we need to put any symbol like a COPYRIGHT or REGISTERED or TM trademarks on any brand name or mostly when we need to insert any mathematical expression.
We can use many ways to superscript the text in Excel.
The ways available are :
Let us discuss all the ways one by one in detail.
We ‘ll take a few examples to learn how we can put the ending text to superscript format in excel.
The following picture shows the current situation.
We’ll use the superscripting steps on the SUPERSCRIPTED TEXT column.
This section deals with the techniques to SUPERSCRIPT the text in Excel.
STEPS TO SUPERSCRIPT THE TEXT IN EXCEL.
We can also superscript our text directly from the EXCEL RIBBON.
STEPS TO SUPERSCRIPT USING THE OPTION PRESENT IN EXCEL RIBBON.
The fastest way of operation in any software is still the use of KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS.
THERE IS NO DIRECT SHORTCUT FOR SUPERSCRIPT TEXTING TEXT IN EXCEL. BUT WE CAN USE ALT + H F N E TO NAVIGATE DIRECTLY TO THE FONT SETTING DIALOG BOX.
Follow the steps to use keyboard shortcut to SUPERSCRIPT any text in Excel.
Did you notice that we didn’t do the Third example in our picture which is 67 raised to power 34 yet in detail.
If you try this example, you would find that excel would convert it to 6734.
So follow the steps to avoid this problem.
Select the cell containing the Numbers.
We need to convert the Format to the TEXT so that we can convert the number to superscript .
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