How to superscript within a date environment

Daniel xracoonx at
Thu Jul 29 20:10:49 UTC 2021

On 2021-07-28 00:07, Steve Litt wrote:
> Daniel said on Tue, 27 Jul 2021 07:34:05 +0200
>> On 2021-07-25 07:22, Daniel wrote:
>>> On 2021-07-25 07:09, Steve Litt wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> On my book, I used the date environment to write "A
>>>> Troubleshooters.Com(R) book, except I used \textregistered. I wanted
>>>> the (R) superscripted, and couldn't find ways that didn't involve
>>>> math. So I finally put the following in ERT (TeX)
>>>> $^{\footnotesize\textregistered}$
>>> This gave me a "Missing glyphs!" error.
>>> Without using math, couldn't you insert a superscript (Insert >
>>> Formatting > Superscript) and then \textregistered in ERT (Insert >
>>> TeX Code)?
>>> Daniel
>> I am still a little puzzled what the original problem was. But you can
>> even skip the use of ERT (in the second step I mentioned) and just
>> insert the (R) via Insert > Special Character > Symbol...
> The original problem was that I didn't know how to do what you mention
> in the preceding paragraph. One question remains: Will what you
> reveal in the preceding paragraph also make the (R) smaller and raise
> it to superscript? If so, I'll document it.

Indeed, it does make it smaller (script-size) ans raise it, i.e. set it 
in superscript.


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