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RobSoko315

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Hey guys

I wasn't sure whether to put this post here or on the "Other Operating Systems" forum but...

I'm new to a mac and I just started typing a calculus paper on iWork '08.

I can't figure out how to type an exponent, and the help menus aren't helping.

For example i need something x"squared".

I know "x^2" is one way to do it but I want the "real" way.

If anyone knows how to do this I'd greatly appreciate that.

Thanks,


Rob
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Ax238

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Hello Rob,

No problem, you're fine asking for help here. Since this appears to be schoolwork, all I can give you is a reference:
Numbers 1.0 Help (iWork '08): EXP

The following might be a good place to learn more information:
Apple - Support - Numbers

Regards,

Ax
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RobSoko315

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Thanks Alot
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:) welcome :)
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