How To Superscript In Google Slides

Discussing chemical or mathematical formulas, it is important to know how to use superscript or subscript text. We can do it in two different ways to apply the  Superscript or Subscript in Google Docs or Slides. Yes these methods can also be used in Google Slides.

Open the browser, go to Google Docs or Slides, and open a document. Select some text first in which you are going to apply the Superscript or Subscript, or you can place the cursor where you want to insert.

Then, click Format> Text and select Superscript or Subscript from the options.


After you find the symbol you want to insert, click it to add it to the document.

Superscript or Subscript symbol inserted successfully and it will appear at the cursor position in the document.
Know more to apply the Subscript in Google Slide; https://www.techngeek4u.com/2020/11/how-to-type-subscript.html

Hotkeys in Google Docs

Combination Function Documents Tables Presentations
Ctrl + A Select all +
Ctrl + B Bold font + + +
Ctrl + C Copy + + +
Ctrl + D Copy down 1) +
Ctrl + E Center align +
Ctrl + H Replace +
Ctrl + I Oblique font + + +
Ctrl + J Justify to width +
Ctrl + K Insert link +
Ctrl + L Left align +
Ctrl + M Insert comment +
Ctrl + M Insert new frame +
Ctrl + P Printing + +
Ctrl + R Right align +
Ctrl + R Copy Right 2) +
Ctrl + S Save + + +
Ctrl + U Underline + + +
Ctrl + V Paste + + +
Ctrl + X To cut + + +
Ctrl + Y Refund Cancellation + +
Ctrl + Z Cancellation + +
Shift + Right Click 3) Show browser menu +
[… ..]
Ctrl + Page Down Move to next sheet +
Ctrl + Page Up Move to the previous sheet +
Ctrl + Shift + L Insert an unordered list +
Ctrl + Shift + Space Insert non-breaking space +
Ctrl + Space Remove formatting +
Ctrl + 1 Heading 1 +
Ctrl + 2 Heading 2 +
Ctrl + 3 Heading 3 +
F2 Edit current cell +
Enter Next cell in a column +
Esc Undo cell editing +
Shift + Enter Previous cell in a column +
Shift + Page Up / Page Down Extend selection page up / down +
Ctrl + Space Select the entire column +
Shift + Space Select entire line +
Shift + Arrows Highlighting +
Shift + Tab Back to cell  + +
Ctrl +.  Superscript +
Ctrl +,  Subscript +
Tab Forward to cell  + +

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