Sometimes, you might get the requirement to insert a squared in Google Docs. In this article, we will discuss the easiest way to do this.

**How to put a squared number in Google Docs**

Follow the below quick step to put a squared in Google Docs.

- Open your Google Docs document where you wish to insert the squared number.
- Click on the View menu –> Select the
**Show equation toolbar**option. Once you will select this option you can able to see a tick icon before this option.

3. Now, You can see the New equation bar on the top left. Click on the **New equation** button.

Once, you will click on the **New equation** option, you will see the **equation box **got added to your Google Docs document with the cursor blinking inside.

4. Type the **number** and then the **caret-type symbol** **(⌃)** from your keyboard. After entering the **caret-type symbol** **(⌃)** symbol the cursor will move to the top right of the number as shown below.

5. Then type number 2 and you are done. Now that you can able to put a squared number in Google Docs.

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Voila, it is so easy to put a squared number in Google Docs using the above instructions. Thanks for reading this article !!!