Can superscript be done while writing with the stylus?

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  1. Luck_Lu

    Luck_Lu New Member

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    Hey guys! New to the forum and the Surface Pro.

    Not sure if anyone has come across this before but I figured I would post the question. While using the function that converts stylus writing to text is there any way to write a superscript? For example, I would like to write ft[SUP]2[/SUP] but it always just comes out as ft2. Or it doesn't even reconginize the number

    Any help would be great!

    Lucky_Lu
     
  2. jnjroach

    jnjroach Administrator Staff Member

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    You can highlight the 2 after the fact in edit the font into a Superscript, another option is using the Math Input Panel, which may still be an add in, do a search locally first then do a Bing Search if it doesn't reside locally.
     
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    on a similar note, is it possible to modify the autocorrect on the writing recognition function?
     

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