- Sometimes you need to display a character
above or below the normal text line.†
Superscript refers to characters displayed above the normal line. An
example would be the famous Einstein equation below.
Subscript refers to text displayed below the normal line of text.† An example would be the chemical formula for
- Within the paragraph relating to subscript
and superscript, select the 2 within Einsteinís equation.† To format this as superscript, click on the Superscript icon in the Font section of the Home tab.
- Select the 2 within the formula for water.†
To format this as subscript, click on the Subscript icon in the Font
section of the Home tab.
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