Sep 23 2022 10:49 PM
Sep 24 2022 02:58 AM
You can display any character using the UNICHAR() function. You only need to know the Unicode number of your character. Once you have created it, you can display it directly with copy and paste values.
Here are a few characters, maybe your character is already there.
Sep 24 2022 12:01 PM
I would like to thank you for helping me
But I couldn't find the special characters (special small english letters) in the form subscript and superscripts, also, i can't find the Unicode number for these small letters, if you have Unicode number for these subscript small letter, please attached to me
Sep 24 2022 01:59 PM
In Windows, click Start a and type Character Map, then press Enter.
Make sure that the Character Set is set to Unicode.
In the Search for box at the bottom, type subscript and press Enter or click Search.
Click on one of the subscript letters.
For example, subscript p is Unicode character 209A (hexadecimal).
You can select and copy the character, then paste into Excel.
Do the same, but now type superscript in the Search for box. You'll see far fewer characters.
Sep 24 2022 02:39 PM