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How to write a true "squared" superscript a in dimension text.

A - answer If you want to write your area dimensions in m2 format (and not as plain ugly "m2" or "ft2"), you can use the Unicode character U+00B2.
Just set (in your dimension style, or manually) the dimension suffix to "m\U+00B2" or "ft\U+00B2" (using a font with Unicode characters - like ISOCP or Arial).
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12.5.2002    28616x  
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