Adding Superscripts, Subscripts, Alternate Fonts, and Line Breaks to Column Titles and Text Data
Superscripts, subscripts, and an alternate font can be used in the column titles and text data by preceding the characters to be altered with \u (up), \d (down), and \f (alternate font), respectively. To return to the default attributes, use \n (normal).
Multi-line titles can be created by placing \r where the line break should occur. Any characters following \r will be placed on a separate line.
Note: The text in the data window will not display the superscripts, subscripts, alternate fonts, and line breaks. The \n, \f, \u, \d, and \r characters are mixed in with the normal text. However, when you create a plot, these characters are converted to obtain the desired results.