Supersript Choice Labels in Survey123

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01-26-2021 07:36 AM
DanBihari
New Contributor III

Hello,

I'm trying to include a choice label that has a superscript: Quilt Xcel 2.2 SE<sup>5</sup>

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When I view this choice in Survey123 is appears as Quilt Xcel 2.2 SE5.  How do I get Survey123 to display the value properly.

 

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Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

~Dan

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Marie-LouLabuschagne
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Try ALT 8309. (I use ALT 253 often for ²). 

My Win10 has a bit of a problem adding the ALT 8309, so I added it from the Character Map

  • Press Windows key + R to open up a Run dialog box. Next, type ‘charmap’ and press Enter to open up the Character map.
  • Once you’re inside the Character Map, simply scroll through the available fonts and click on a special character that you want to insert. (You'll have to scroll about ¾ down the list to find  ⁵)
  • Then, click the Select button to copy it to your clipboard.
    Note: Notice that the Keystroke is also displayed in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Use that to verify whether you were typing the right number combination.
  • Use Right-click > Paste or Ctrl + V to paste the special character you copied at step 3.

 

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Marie-LouLabuschagne
New Contributor III

Try ALT 8309. (I use ALT 253 often for ²). 

My Win10 has a bit of a problem adding the ALT 8309, so I added it from the Character Map

  • Press Windows key + R to open up a Run dialog box. Next, type ‘charmap’ and press Enter to open up the Character map.
  • Once you’re inside the Character Map, simply scroll through the available fonts and click on a special character that you want to insert. (You'll have to scroll about ¾ down the list to find  ⁵)
  • Then, click the Select button to copy it to your clipboard.
    Note: Notice that the Keystroke is also displayed in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Use that to verify whether you were typing the right number combination.
  • Use Right-click > Paste or Ctrl + V to paste the special character you copied at step 3.

 

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DanBihari
New Contributor III

That worked perfectly.

Thank you very much for your help.

Cheers!

~Dan

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