A superscript is a character that is raised higher than some other character. This is something that can be very useful, such as expressing the surface of a building in square meters (m²). It is also very commonly used in chemistry, to express the oxidation state of a certain element (Na +1 ).
HOW TO PUT SUPERSCRIPTS IN WORD
We can use the Word toolbar for superscript which is a standard way to insert it. Once you have finished writing it, select with your mouse the character that you want to put as superscript then go to Home Toolbar and then select the Superscript or Subscript from there.
To put a superscript in Word, the first thing we have to do is write the word in the normal way, as if we were not going to put the superscript. Once you have finished writing it, select with your mouse the character that you want to put as superscript, and then press the combination of keys ” Control and + “.
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