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Hi all

anne-ology wrote
Although that will work ... as will going to the files at the top
[locating format, ...],
            probably the simplest method is merely to right-click on that
one character,
               then click on formating it to superscript ... or any other
change desired.

       that's my [the KISs] method  ;-)

From: Valter Mura <


Date: Thu, Oct 3, 2013 at 1:29 PM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] replace normal font with superscript


I think this is simple: open character map in windows (you're in Windows,
aren't you?), copy the superscript two in the clipboard

Go to Writer, Search and replace, put search "m2" and replace "m(paste the
superscript after the m)", then command replace/replace all.

The goal here was to find a solution for similar situations in the future
(so the ASCII character solution is not really useful since it applies only
to superscript 2 and 3...). The idea was to quickly Find and Replace 
through extensive documents (so clicking one character at a time isn't
really efficient...)

KISS methods are the best. And the solution provided by Brian Barker fits
perfectly in that category but at the same time provides a solution for ANY
similar situation and it is extremely fast and accurate.


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