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When you are trying to square or cube something (perhaps you’re quoting cubit feet or cubic metres for a client, or looking at floor space), or adding footnotes for a thesis or writing paper, it’s good to know how to add the super- and sub-script quickly to your cubes and references.
Not sure what I’m talking about – check these examples:
You could go through the menus… Format, character, etc… but the easiest way is to highlight the text you wish to make a superscript or subscript, then Ctrl-Click on the highlighted text.
Then click Style >> and Superscript (or Subscript). See the screenshot below.
And it works in OpenOffice.org as well…