Before we dive deeper into what’s going on, let me clarify the meaning of these technical terms.
SUPERSCRIPT IN GOOGLE DOCS
9 GOOGLE DOCS TRICKS YOU SHOULD TRY YES OR YES
Do you use Google Docs often? If you want to get the most out of the application, you cannot miss these tricks.
Google Docs, also known as Google Documents, is the Silicon Valley alternative to Microsoft Word. In fact, Google’s office suite has nothing to envy that of the company led by Satya Nadella, as both offer practically the same possibilities. Do you want to get the most out of Google Docs on your mobile device, tablet or PC? Then you cannot miss these 10 tricks that you should know yes or yes.
CHANGE TEXT FORMAT WITH KEYBOARD COMMANDS
Keyboard shortcuts are extremely useful for automating actions without having to use the mouse. Like Word , we can change the text format at will by means of a series of key combinations. Bold, italic, underlined … We leave you with a small list of shortcuts to customize the text format.
Bold : Control + B
Italic : Control + I
Underline : Control + U
Strikethrough : Alt + Shift + 5
Superscript : Control +.
Subscript : Control +,
Increase font size : Control + Shift +>
Reduce font size : Control + Shift + <
CLEAR TEXT FORMAT COPIED FROM THE INTERNET OR OTHER DOCUMENT
You have probably ever copied a text from a web page into your document and noticed that the format is different from the original. To eliminate this text format, we can click on the crossed-out T icon that we can find in the right corner of the upper bar of the application, or press the following key command:
Control + Space
The formatting of the text that we have pasted in the document will be automatically eliminated.