Asked in Literature and Language
Literature and Language
Do you use subscript or superscript when documenting sources?
Asked in Microsoft Word
How can I get subscript on Microsoft Word?
To get subscripts and superscripts on Microsoft Word, you must go to format --> Font and click either subscript or superscript depending on what you want. You can also use the shortcut keys, Ctrl and the + key for subscript and Ctrl-Shift and the + key for superscript. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Keyboarding, Microsoft Word
How do you undo the subscript or superscript in Word?
Select the text you do not want sub/super scripted, then click Format > Text. Uncheck the checkboxe(s) next to the modifiers you want removed and click OK. You can also use the Ctrl Shift and = key combination to Superscript and Ctrl and the = key to subscript. Repeating the same combination in either case will return the text to normal. ...
Asked in Microsoft Excel
What are examples of text effect in Excel?
Strikethrough is a text affect in Excel. It is when word have lines through them, like this: Strikethrough Superscript is another text effect, which is when you have a smaller version of numbers or letters beside the top half of a previous character. This is used in ordinals like the st in 1st or in powers of numbers in mathematics. Subscript is the opposite of superscript, with numbers at the lower level beside and below text. Base numbers in mathematics use this effect. Strikethrough is...
Asked in Elements and Compounds, Periodic Table
How do you do the small numbers for molecular formulas?
The "small numbers" are called subscript (for below) and superscript (for above). They are commonly done this way by first highlighting the numbers or symbols, then clicking on the right tool; for example, above they are the buttons 'x2' and 'x2'. Most other programs also use similar symbols to denote a super-/subscript option. ...
What separates a whole number from the fraction?
In normal circumstances, the simple fact that the whole number is written in normal script while the fraction is written in superscript and subscript. Except when you are lumbered with the virtually useless browser that the power that be at Answers.com expect us to use! ...
Asked in Chemistry
Do you have to use subscript in chemical formulas?
Not every chemical formula requires subscript. For example table salt is NaCl, sodium chloride. No subscript. But most chemical formulae do require subscript, such as water, H2O. ...
Asked in Microsoft Word
How do you use superscript on Microsoft Word?
First select what you want to superscript. You can use the format menu and pick font and access it by clicking on the tick box beside the superscript option. Another way is to press the Ctrl key, the Shift key and the = key. ...
Asked in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Windows XP
What is the use of the ms 2007?
MS Word is a text processing software so you can: type your text format font (bold, italic, superscript, subscript, size, color), format paragraph (double space, page breaks), make numbered lists, play with headers and footers, use pictures in it. simple drawings. ...
Asked in Computer Networking, Math and Arithmetic
What is index in math?
a. Mathematics A number or symbol, often written as a subscript or superscript to a mathematical expression, that indicates an operation to be performed, an ordering relation, or a use of the associated expression. b. A number derived from a formula, used to characterize a set of data. See the related lonk for verification. ...
Asked in Keyboarding, Technology
How do you make superscript numbers on the computer?
For Microsoft Word users: Use Ctrl + D. Then click the circle in front of superscript. Click on Okay. Everything from then on out will be in superscript. When you want to change back to regular sized font, follow the same steps and it will deselect superscript and take you back to regular font. ...
What is an example of a subscript?
Subscripts are most familiar to use in the writing of chemical formulas such as H2O -- the 2 should be a subscript -- and in mathematics you will see variables with subscripts. ...
Asked in Computer Keyboards
How do you enter the symbol for a number to the second power on your keyboard?
use the sub superscript by highlighting it and right click then press font the check the box that says superscript then press okay ...
Asked in Chemistry
Does CO2 have a subscript or superscript?
If the number is after a letter, then it has to be subscript. If it is before a letter then it is normal. The only time you would use superscript would to indicate ionic charge or the mass number. Examples: CO2 2H2O <---- this is saying two molecules of water, each of which has two hydrogen and one oxygen CH4 <---- this is saying one carbon bonded to four hydrogens 2CH4 <---- this is saying two molecules of the compound (methane), each of which has one...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra
How do you write 4 squared?
You can write 4 squared by writing a 2 in superscript after the number 4. (42) If you can't use superscript because you're using a computer program that does not allow it writing 4^2 would be an acceptable substitute. In Microsoft word you can activate superscript by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Equals ...