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 !!!
I am Rajkishore, and I have over 14 years of experience in the Software Industry. For a long time, I have been using Google Docs, Google Drive, and Google Sheets for my document usage, and I am sharing all the tips and tricks, the challenges I have come across, and their solutions to use Google Docs for your day-to-day use. I hope you will learn from these practical Google Docs tutorials. Read more.