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Re: Superscripts and subscripts in a text cell?
Whatever type of cell you are in (input or text), you can write superscripts using Ctrl-6, and subscripts using Ctrl-"-" (i.e., Ctrl-dash). For example, to get x^2 type x Ctrl-6 2, and to get x with subscript 2 type x Ctrl-dash 2. Tomas Garza Mexico City ----- Original Message ----- From: "Dave Typinski" <nospam at nospam.net> To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net Subject: [mg47743] [mg47724] Superscripts and subscripts in a text cell? > I know I can get superscripts into in a text cell by using the Basic > Typesetting pallette button... but how can I get subscripts in there? > > The "Format -> Face" and "Format -> Choose Font" menu items seem to > provide selection options for everything except sub- and superscripts. > > I know that inside an input cell, subscripts are not symbols, but > rather expressions. Okay, fine. But what of the text in a text cell? > > Thanks for any help. > -- > Dave Typinski > http://home.alltel.net/trapezium > >