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Rob N
10/03/10 09:04am

Hi all,

I'm trying to write text with chemical equations in them. For example H20, with the "2" lowered as subscript. Sometimes I want electrical charges like "+3" as superscript. If I'm typing text and hit Cntl-_ to use subscript, it changes to inline math mode, which is not what I want -- I don't want italics, and I don't want extra spaces inserted between certain symbols. Is there a way to just use sub/superscript in the text style?

thanks,
Rob

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sub and superscript without inline math? Rob N 10/03/10 09:04am
Re: sub and superscript without inline math? Bill 10/04/10 02:15am
Re: sub and superscript without inline math? Rob N 10/04/10 9:49pm
Re: sub and superscript without inline math? Rob N 10/05/10 11:09am
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