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MohsenSoleiman
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Powerapps

Hi

How do you write upright (as you write in words, elevated, like m raised to -1) in powerapps? I dont like to write as m^(-1)

Thanks

Br

Mohsen

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Anonymous
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Re: Powerapps

Hi @MohsenSoleiman

 

You can make text subscript or superscript by using HTML.

To do so Click on Insert, select Text -> HTML text

 

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Now in the HTML text function you can use HTML tags.

Here is the function for superscript:

<sup>superscript</sup>

Or subscript:

<sub>subscript</sub>

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PowerApps Staff CarlosFigueira
PowerApps Staff

Re: Powerapps

You can use the HTML Text control, where you can use HTML elements to format the text as you want. Here are some examples:

HtmlText1.HtmlText: "m<sup>-1</sup>"

Or if the data comes from another control (a slider, for example):

"m<sup>" & Slider1.Value & "</sup>"

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