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

Subscript and Superscript 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

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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

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