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In Word, you can type in the thing that you want exponentiated, highlight and right-click it and edit the font to be super- or sub-scripted.
I don't have Microsoft Word, but I just read there is an "Equation Editor". I don't know how old the webpage I was reading was.
I was just wondering, how do I type exponants, radicals, etc, on the keyboard? Is there any way I can type them on microsoft word?