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How to enter upper or lower index into AutoCAD text?

A - answer Run MTEXT a enter the required value as fraction in the MTEXT editor (MTEXT creates a true fraction) - eg. 3/i. Select the fraction, right-click and choose Properties to display the fraction dialog. In this dialog, delete the nominator or denominator of the fraction (depending on which index you need) and set the Style to "Tolerance". Your index is ready.
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8.1.2001    9699x  
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