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Monday, February 29, 2016

subscript & superscript

Please pardon the bad words... it has nothing to do with this subject except that it just happened to be a good example that I found and was curious as to how it was done.


How do you make tiny words?
I've tried looking it up but i can't figure it out. How do you make tiny words like this: 
ᶠᶸᶜᵏᵧₒᵤ or ᴸᶤᵏᵉᵧₒᵤ ? 

They told me this but i dont get how to do it? : 

For the upper text, enter: Lalala! 
For the lower text, enter: Lalala! 
hit "ctrl" and "+" at the same time for subscript. hit "shift" "ctrl" "+" at the same time for superscript 

both of them dont make complete sense to me & how to do it. Help please..

 B K
 Best Answer:   = superscript 

It depends what application you are using, Microsoft Word or some other word processing program, but basically they all do the same thing. You need to hit "superscript" to get the letters above the line and "subscript" to get the letters below the line. Usually these are accessed from a button on your text toolbar (where the font, bold, italic buttons are located). If the button is not visible you might need to customise your toolbar. 

The CTRL + thing might be a specific shortcut but whether or not it works depends on the word processing program you are using.

B K · 6 years ago

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