In this opportunity we are going to show you what you will have to do to write in the square or in exponent in Word.
Despite what many think, Microsoft word processor, Office, has a large number of functions that tend to go unnoticed by common users. A clear example of this are keyboard shortcuts, key combinations that facilitate access to many valuable tools.
One of those keyboard shortcuts is directly related to the method that must be carried out to be able to write the square or exponents within a Word document.
If you are forced to have to put a number or a letter as an exponent within a Word documentbut you can’t find the tool that allows you to perform this action, all you have to do is continue reading our article.
Writing to the square or exponents in Word is that simple
Here we are going to show you one of the best Word tricks that exist to be able to write to the square or exponents. the same works in most versions of Word (including the online version of this word processor).
- The first step you must take is to open the Word document in which you want to write the square or exponents. Once you are inside it, you will have to Write the base number and its exponent in a row.
- Then you will have to select the part that will be the exponent.
- With the number that will be the exponent already selected, you must perform the following key combination: “Ctrl + +”.
- If you performed all the steps correctly, you will have activated the exponent mode. To exit it, all you have to do is press the same key combination again: “Ctrl + +”.
If for some strange reason you cannot write to the square or exponents following the tutorial that we leave you above, Your version of Word may be out of date.. In that case, from here we recommend upgrading your word processoror run a scan to find errors in Windows.
Last but not least, we must add that this mode also works for lyrics. The procedure to follow in this case is exactly the same: select the letter that you want to be in exponent, and then perform the key combination “Ctrl + +”.