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... or any other quantity raised to any other power.  Of course this is silly in a spreadsheet, 
where one wants to identify a measurement.

"m" is OK, but "m^2" gets auto-'corrected' to "M^2". Likewise "Cm^2", "In^2", "Ft^2", "Inch^2", and 
so forth.

It's embarrassing that I don't see how to turn off this behavior.


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