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## How to insert special symbols in google sheets such as squared (ft²), cubed(ft³), degrees (°), etc.

this video is going to lead you through

how to insert special symbols

in google sheets this comes up a lot for

me especially when using the squared or

cube symbol

in excel you can use font character

formatting to make a superscript or even

a subscript

so you don't really have that option as

of this recording date to do that in

google sheets

so a couple quick options you could use

carrots so you could just write

this feet carrot squared

and just call it done and say that's

good enough you can also use alt codes

and i'll include a bunch in this but for

instance the all code for

squared is 0178 so you could write feet

and then alt 0 1

7 8 and let that go and now you'll have

squared you can also use copy and paste

so down here for instance we have this

little squared

graph grab that with control c type foot

control v

for squared and you can also use a

function so we could write

equals let's put foot in

quotation marks and then we'll write

ampersand

care parens and then it was

zero one two seven eight

and prince um and uh actually i got that

wrong it's zero one

seven eight my bad zero one seven eight

hit enter

and that'll give you the foot squared

just like above

the formatting difference is only just

because i hadn't copied the formatting

down there so

we can take this formatting and put it

there so it's large as well

with character codes i have all of those

down here for

a whole bunch of different numbers

superscript numbers subscript numbers

mass symbols fractions currencies and

bullets

these character codes sometimes will

work with the alt

but they'll always work with the c-h-a-r

at least in all the systems i tested

if you test a system that doesn't work

in please let me know

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