If you are using this as a calculation entry, use the carat (^) [shifte

number 6] e.g. "equals 4 squared" would be =4^2

If it is a text entry, as in "16 square feet", enter "162 feet", the

in the formula bar, highlight the '2' and choose Format>Cells from th

main menu. On the Font tab, tick the 'superscript' option and clic

OK. The result will be "16-2- feet" with the -2- as the small, raise

squared sign.

Of course both of these apply to any power as well.

HTH

Bruc

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