## How do you superscript in Excel 2016?

While your mouse is over the selected text, right-click and then select “Format Cells” from the popup menu. When the Format Cells window appears, select the Font tab. Check the Superscript checkbox. Now when you return to your spreadsheet, you should see the selected text as a superscript value.

**How do I change text to superscript?**

Keyboard shortcuts: Apply superscript or subscript To make text appear slightly above (superscript) or below (subscript) your regular text, you can use keyboard shortcuts. Select the character that you want to format. For superscript, press Ctrl, Shift, and the Plus sign (+) at the same time.

### How do I put exponents in Excel?

An exponent is normally shown as a superscript number to the right of the base, but there is a different way to type exponents in Excel.

- Click on the cell where you want to type the exponent.
- Type the “=” sign.
- Type the base number.
- Type the “^” symbol, located on the 6 key on a standard keyboard.
- Type the exponent.

**How do you type 10 to the power of in Excel?**

Use the “Power” function to specify an exponent using the format “Power(number,power).” When used by itself, you need to add an “=” sign at the beginning. As an example, “=Power(10,2)” raises 10 to the second power.

#### How do you superscript in Excel on a Mac?

1. Using the Format Cells dialog box shortcut

- Select the text you want to superscript or subscript.
- Hit Ctrl + 1 to open the Format Cells dialog box.
- Select the Superscript or Subscript command.
- Click OK.

**How do you type to the power?**

How to type exponents

- Place your cursor where you want an exponent. For example, if you want to place an exponent after the number 10 in a document, place your cursor directly after the 10 with no space.
- Type Alt+0185 for the exponent 1.
- Type Alt+0178 for the exponent 2.
- Type Alt+0179 for the exponent 3.