Subscript and Superscript in MS-Word 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, and 2007

What is Subscript in MS-Word?

Subscript means to make the selected letter or number smaller to the baseline, which is towards the right of any text or number/s to form a meaningful word, number or formula. The examples of Subscript are H2O, NH3, etc. To do this in a word, follow the steps given below.

  1. Select the right part of text or number/s that you want
  2. Afterwards, On the Home tab, in the Font group, click on the Subscript (X2)
  3. Now, your text or number changes as a Subscript.
Subscript in MS-Word
Making Text as Subscript in MS-Word

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What is Superscript in MS-Word?

Superscript means to make the selected letter or number smaller to the power, which is to the right of any text or number/s to form a meaningful word, number or formula. Examples of Superscript are X2, (a2+b2) =a2+b2+2ab, etc. To do this in a word, follow the steps given below.

  1. Select the right part of text or number/s that you want
  2. Afterwards, On the Home tab, in the Font group, click on the Superscript (X2)
  3. Now, your text or number changes as a Superscript.
Superscript and Subscript in MS-Word
Making Text as Superscript in MS-Word

Other ways to make the text as Subscript or Superscript in Word:

Launching Subscript and Superscript using Equations in MS Word
  1. Go to the “Insert” tab
  2. Click on the “Equation” tab in symbols group to open the equation tools design tab
Subscript and Superscript using Equations in MS Word
Subscript and Superscript using Equations in MS Word
  1. Select one of the converts or structures that related to the subscript or superscript to expand the drop-down menu
  2. Then select one of the subscript and superscript options that fit your need
  3. Edit the field that inserted in your Word document (Type the text or numeric data that may be formula or other things in your word document). That’s it. Now your equations have been successfully made as you choose.

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Subscript means to make the selected letter or number smaller to the baseline, which is towards the right of any text or number/s to form a meaningful word, number or formula. The examples of Subscript are H2O, NH3, etc. 

Superscript means to make the selected letter or number smaller to the power, which is to the right of any text or number/s to form a meaningful word, number or formula. Examples of Superscript are X2, (a2+b2) =a2+b2+2ab, etc. To do this in a word