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How to add superscript or subscript

When defining the unit of measurement for a requirement, you may sometimes need superscript or even subscript. Think of m2 for the size of a space, or oC for the required temperature level.

To get superscript, place a letter between two ^ symbols.
So, m^2^ becomes m2

If you want subscript, place a letter between two ~ signs.
So, H~2~0 becomes H2O

Please note: at this moment, you can only use the super/subscript in the unit of measure fields of standard properties, as that is where it is most relevant.

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