Subscript in Google Docs

In this tutorial, I will show you how to convert: In Google Docs, you will write text as subscript and superscript to make the above mentioned additions into a piece of cake. We will make the whole process simpleYou don’t have to desperately search for buttons when the deadline comes.

WHAT IS A SUPERSCRIPT? 

Before we dive deeper into what’s going on, let me clarify the meaning of these technical terms.

Superscripts are exponents or powers of numbers or alphabets. Example: 12.

WHAT IS A SUBSCRIPT?

On the other hand, subscripts are also relatively small in size of the folded number or alphabet. Example: 1₂.

In this post we will learn how to subscript and superscript in Google Docs in two different ways.

The first will be through the Google Docs Tools and the second will be through the use of Key Combinations.


SUBSCRIPT IN GOOGLE DOCS

  • Write the element that will be the base and the element that will be the subscript together.
  • Select the element that will be the subscript.
  • Go to the Format tab.
  • Select Text and click Subscript.

Another way to apply Subscript

  • Select the element that will be the subscript.
  • Then press the CTRL with key

To remove the subscript

  • To remove the subscript, you just have to select the subscript element and press the CTRL with + key


SUPERSCRIPT IN GOOGLE DOCS

  • Write the base element and the superscript element together.
  • Select the element that will be the superscript.
  • Go to the Format tab.
  • Select Text and click Superscript.

Another way to apply superscript

  • Select the element that will be the superscript.
  • Then press the CTRL with + key

To remove the superscript

  • To remove the superscript, just select the superscript element and press the CTRL with + key

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