Displaying Raised or Power of Numbers

XHell

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Hello:
I would like to display a 'power of' number. I am familiar with the =power(2,8) formula and the ^, but this is not what I'm looking for.

I want to actually see a 2 with a little raised 8 beside it in the same cell. Is this possible?
 

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I tried that in XL2007 earlier and it wouldn't keep the 8 superscripted, any idea why?
 
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It doesn't work for me with the number 28, but it works with the string "28".

It seems that Excel won't format the characters of a number individualy.
 
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Sorry, I should have written that the number must be entered as text to use the format in specific characters.
 
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