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Superscript in SSRS

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I have a report and has to display the superscript with a footnote. Find attached the image for reference. The superscript 1 is not displaying correctly.
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Question by:cimscims
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by:Emenizer
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Could you put the code of that here?
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by:cimscims
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I have a comments field in the table. I am setting that value in the expression of a textbox on the report.

I didn't understand which code you are refering to..
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I have solved the problem. Find the attached document for reference.

Using-Superscript.doc
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by:itcouple
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Hi

well done!! That was clever way of doing it!

I didn't know the answer previously and your answer forced me to do some research!! Each character has its Integer equivalent so to do what you did (your way is easier)  you could also do ="superscript" & chr(178)
to find out integer 178 I have used asc("²"). Your way is easier without the extra step but I thought I will share my research :)

Regards
Emil
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Thanks Emil.
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