LEARN HOW TO USE SUPERSCRIPT IN GOOGLE DOCS?
Superscripts are exponents or powers of numbers or alphabets. Eg: 102. Learn how to apply Superscripts in Google Docs using following steps.
SUPERSCRIPT IN GOOGLE DOCS
Write the base element and the superscript element together after that select the element that will be the superscript. Then go to the Format tab and Select Text and then click Superscript.
Apply superscript using Keyboard shortcuts;
- Select the element that will be the superscript.
- Then press the CTRL with + key
To remove the superscript, just select the superscript element and press the CTRL with + key
In Google Docs, a paragraph ends when you press the Enter key (it doesn’t have to be between the HTML paragraph tag) to perform a line break and carriage return. When writing in a normal way, we reach the right margin, and we change to the bottom line, a paragraph is not limited.
When you insert a paragraph, it takes on the same formatting characteristics as the previous paragraph. To change the formatting characteristics of a paragraph, just leave the insertion point within the paragraph and modify the characteristics that you want.
The most important paragraph formatting features are alignment and indentation, both of which are usually available on the toolbar.