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How to enter subscripts and superscripts in Inventor, Revit and AutoCAD?

A - answer Even in applications which do not support special formatting of character strings you can enter texts with superscipts (upper index) and subscripts (lower index).

Choose one of the fonts supporting full Unicode (e.g Arial Unicode MS) and write the super/subscript text using special characters. You can enter the Unicode character using its code \U+nnnn (in AutoCAD), by mapping it to a keyboard key or by copying it from the application "Character Map" (charmap.exe).


0 - U+2070  
1 - U+00B9  
2 - U+00B2  
3 - U+00B3  
4 - U+2074  
5 - U+2075  
6 - U+2076  
7 - U+2077  
8 - U+2078  
9 - U+2079  
+ - U+207A  
- - U+207B  
( - U+207D  
) - U+207E  
n - U+207F  
0 - U+2080  
1 - U+2081  
2 - U+2082  
3 - U+2083  
4 - U+2084  
5 - U+2085  
6 - U+2086  
7 - U+2087  
8 - U+2088  
9 - U+2089  
+ - U+208A  
- - U+208B  
( - U+208D  
) - U+208E  
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applies to: Inventor · Revit · AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT ·

See also:
Tip 8951:Multicolor dimension texts in AutoCAD.
Tip 2182:How to write a true "squared" superscript a in dimension text.
Tip 1719:How to write subscripts and superscripts in AutoCAD text?

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