Superscript and subscript are useful formatting options in Google Docs that allow you to write formulas, equations, and scientific notations in a more professional and readable manner. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use superscript and subscript in Google Docs.
Step 1: Open a New Document Open a new or existing document in Google Docs.
Step 2: Highlight Text Highlight the text that you want to format as superscript or subscript.
Step 3: Format Text There are a few different ways to format text as superscript or subscript in Google Docs:
Option 1: Format Menu Click on the “Format” menu at the top of the screen and select “Text.” Then, click on either “Superscript” or “Subscript” from the dropdown menu.
Option 2: Toolbar Alternatively, you can use the formatting toolbar to format text as superscript or subscript. First, click on the “Format” menu and make sure that “Text” is selected. Then, click on the “Superscript” or “Subscript” icon from the toolbar.
Option 3: Keyboard Shortcut Finally, you can use a keyboard shortcut to format text as superscript or subscript. For superscript, press “Ctrl” + “Shift” + “+”. For subscript, press “Ctrl” + “,”.
Step 4: Preview and Edit Once you’ve formatted your text as superscript or subscript, preview the document to make sure that the formatting looks correct. If you need to make any changes, simply highlight the text and adjust the formatting as needed.
That’s it! With these simple steps, you can easily format text as superscript or subscript in Google Docs. This formatting option is particularly useful for scientific or mathematical documents where you need to write equations and formulas in a clear and readable manner.