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How do I add an exponent to a math equation?
How do I add an exponent to a math equation in word? Can anyone tell me?

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How do I add an exponent to a math equation?
If this is the equation editor in Word 2007, you could just type ^x; as you
press the SpaceBar, the ^x will be converted to superscript x. In Word 972003, you can press Ctrl+H to apply superscript.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "BG" wrote in message ... How do I add an exponent to a math equation in word? Can anyone tell me? 
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How do I add an exponent to a math equation?
If this is the equation editor in Word 2007, you could just type ^x; as you
press the SpaceBar, the ^x will be converted to superscript x. In Word 972003, you can press Ctrl+H to apply superscript.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "BG" wrote in message ... How do I add an exponent to a math equation in word? Can anyone tell me? 
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How do I add an exponent to a math equation?
Ctrl+H by default opens the Replace dialog. Ctrl+Shift+= applies Superscript
formatting.  Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA http://word.mvps.org "Stefan Blom" wrote in message ... If this is the equation editor in Word 2007, you could just type ^x; as you press the SpaceBar, the ^x will be converted to superscript x. In Word 972003, you can press Ctrl+H to apply superscript.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "BG" wrote in message ... How do I add an exponent to a math equation in word? Can anyone tell me? 
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How do I add an exponent to a math equation?
Ctrl+H by default opens the Replace dialog. Ctrl+Shift+= applies Superscript formatting.  Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA http://word.mvps.org "Stefan Blom" wrote in message ... If this is the equation editor in Word 2007, you could just type ^x; as you press the SpaceBar, the ^x will be converted to superscript x. In Word 972003, you can press Ctrl+H to apply superscript.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "BG" wrote in message ... How do I add an exponent to a math equation in word? Can anyone tell me? 
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How do I add an exponent to a math equation?
I was referring to pressing Ctrl+H from within a Microsoft Equation 3 object,
which does apply superscript formatting.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message ... Ctrl+H by default opens the Replace dialog. Ctrl+Shift+= applies Superscript formatting.  Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA http://word.mvps.org "Stefan Blom" wrote in message ... If this is the equation editor in Word 2007, you could just type ^x; as you press the SpaceBar, the ^x will be converted to superscript x. In Word 972003, you can press Ctrl+H to apply superscript.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "BG" wrote in message ... How do I add an exponent to a math equation in word? Can anyone tell me? 
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How do I add an exponent to a math equation?
I was referring to pressing Ctrl+H from within a Microsoft Equation 3 object, which does apply superscript formatting.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message ... Ctrl+H by default opens the Replace dialog. Ctrl+Shift+= applies Superscript formatting.  Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA http://word.mvps.org "Stefan Blom" wrote in message ... If this is the equation editor in Word 2007, you could just type ^x; as you press the SpaceBar, the ^x will be converted to superscript x. In Word 972003, you can press Ctrl+H to apply superscript.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "BG" wrote in message ... How do I add an exponent to a math equation in word? Can anyone tell me? 
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How do I add an exponent to a math equation?
Ah, okay. I have never used keyboard shortcuts with MS Equation 3.0.
 Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA http://word.mvps.org "Stefan Blom" wrote in message ... I was referring to pressing Ctrl+H from within a Microsoft Equation 3 object, which does apply superscript formatting.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message ... Ctrl+H by default opens the Replace dialog. Ctrl+Shift+= applies Superscript formatting.  Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA http://word.mvps.org "Stefan Blom" wrote in message ... If this is the equation editor in Word 2007, you could just type ^x; as you press the SpaceBar, the ^x will be converted to superscript x. In Word 972003, you can press Ctrl+H to apply superscript.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "BG" wrote in message ... How do I add an exponent to a math equation in word? Can anyone tell me? 
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How do I add an exponent to a math equation?
Ah, okay. I have never used keyboard shortcuts with MS Equation 3.0.  Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA http://word.mvps.org "Stefan Blom" wrote in message ... I was referring to pressing Ctrl+H from within a Microsoft Equation 3 object, which does apply superscript formatting.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message ... Ctrl+H by default opens the Replace dialog. Ctrl+Shift+= applies Superscript formatting.  Suzanne S. Barnhill Microsoft MVP (Word) Words into Type Fairhope, Alabama USA http://word.mvps.org "Stefan Blom" wrote in message ... If this is the equation editor in Word 2007, you could just type ^x; as you press the SpaceBar, the ^x will be converted to superscript x. In Word 972003, you can press Ctrl+H to apply superscript.  Stefan Blom Microsoft Word MVP (Message posted via NNTP) "BG" wrote in message ... How do I add an exponent to a math equation in word? Can anyone tell me? 
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