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Display power of ten in VB 2005 label or text box

Posted on 2006-10-23
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How do you display 123 x 10^23 in a textbox or label
I need the 10^23 to be displayed as 10 with a smaller 23 or exponet.
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by:Raynard7
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If you use a richtext box you should be able to make the ^10 superscript
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by:aikimark
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how about applying a "Scientific" format?
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you can't
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