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In many office type apps, like Pages, or Writer, Calc (OpenOffice), etc, etc it is called "Superscript" and in OO can be reached either via Character | Format ... Superscript, or again, in OO by ⇧⌘P - but if you use that, don't forget to cancel it.

I usually just type, say 57, then highlight 7 and click superscript button:



or, in Calc:



In Notes, you go: Format | Font | Baseline | Superscript

Not sure how to access the same function in other apps, and plain text ones might struggle to support it.

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