sas >> superscript

by rangoonraja123 » Fri, 25 May 2007 22:23:50 GMT

Hi All,

How are you doing.

in the footnote i want to add superscript.

eg:
i want zeta1 . 1 should be superscript of zeta.

zeta*. instead of * i want 1 as superscript.

I guess i am clear;


regards
raju.


sas >> superscript

by tobydunn » Fri, 25 May 2007 22:28:24 GMT


if you are using ods and RTF:

ODS EScapeChar = '^' ;

FootNote "Zeta^{super 1}" ;





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Hi All,

How are you doing.

in the footnote i want to add superscript.

eg:
i want zeta1 . 1 should be superscript of zeta.

zeta*. instead of * i want 1 as superscript.

I guess i am clear;


regards
raju.

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sas >> Superscript

by sasques » Sat, 26 Jul 2008 07:26:14 GMT

Hi,
I want to add a superscript. In my summary table output I want to show
the text as 1*10**4. Instead of ** I want superscript. It is not for title
or footnotes. It is for format labels.

Thanks,
sas ques.

sas >> Superscript

by art297 » Sat, 26 Jul 2008 08:06:57 GMT

Take a look at: http://www2.sas.com/proceedings/sugi31/177-31.pdf

HTH,
Art
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