#1
Does anyone here know how to use superscripts and subscripts on Word? if you could tell me how that would be awesome.
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#2
1. Select the text that you want to format as superscript (superscript: Describes text that is slightly higher than other text on a line, such as a footnote reference mark.) or subscript (subscript: Describes text that is slightly lower than other text on a line. Subscripts are often used in scientific formulas.).
2. On the Format menu, click Font, and then click the Font tab.
3. Select the Superscript or Subscript check box.

OR

Superscript: Press CTRL+SHIFT+=
Subscript: Press CTRL+=


There you go champ
#3
thanks brooski
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#5
To keep it quick in the future customise your toolbar by right-clicking it, go into Formatting (I think) and then just tick the two buttons so they are now on your toolbar.

I use OpenOffice so sorry to be generic!
#6
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#8
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Upgrade to 2007?

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#9
I seriously hate the 2007 MS word with a passion. I'm not sure why though, I think it's because I like the simpler layout of the 2003 version.