How to Add a Squared Sign in Microsoft Word 2010


Microsoft Word's popularity is largely due to its broad set of features. These features allow you to easily create and control documents by entering or importing text, and then specifying their font, size, color, paragraphs and layouts. You can easily add headers, adjust the spacing of letters, create tables and graphs, and even check your efforts for errors in grammar and spelling. If your document is number-heavy, you can control the format of numbers and use squared signs.

  • Type the number to be squared into your Microsoft Word 2010 document.

  • Enter "2" next to that number.

  • Drag a selection box over the "2" by holding down the left-mouse button so the number is highlighted.

  • Click the "Home" tab and the "Font" group button to show the Font dialog box.

  • Click "Superscript" and click the "OK" button. The "2" becomes a squared sign.

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