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Using Google Docs, I need an X with a line on top, the equivalent to latex \bar{x} and what statisticians call "x bar". I was using an equation field and \overline but it adds the line over the entire equation. Is there a way to do this?

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Under the "math operations" button on the equation bar, there's the symbol you are looking for.

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Or... you can search for "x bar" in Google and do a copy/paste from one of the web pages that come up. It looks a lot better than the x bar in Google Docs: x̄

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The answer is just to press enter after you are finished writing characters with the overline, and it will toggle it off.

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I was able to achieve this by going to Insert Menu > Special Characters > then search overline.

A very late answer but I hope this helps someone later.

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    Definitely helped, thank you!
    – Raymo111
    Jan 22, 2022 at 3:00

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