Step 1: Open Google Docs
To get started, open Google Docs and create a new document or open an existing one.
Step 2: Highlight the Text
Highlight the text that you want to make subscript.
Step 3: Click on Format
Click on the “Format” tab in the top menu bar.
Step 4: Click on Text
Hover your mouse over “Text” in the drop-down menu and select “Subscript” from the options that appear.
Step 5: View the Subscript
Your text should now appear as subscript. If you want to remove the subscript, simply highlight the text again and follow the same steps, but select “Normal text” instead of “Subscript”.
Step 6: Keyboard Shortcut
If you prefer using keyboard shortcuts, you can also press “Ctrl + ,” (comma) to make the highlighted text subscript. Press “Ctrl + .” (period) to remove the subscript.
Step 7: Save Your Document
Once you have finished formatting your document, be sure to save it by clicking on “File” and selecting “Save” or “Save As”.
- Can I make only certain parts of the text subscript? Yes, you can highlight only the text that you want to make subscript and follow the same steps.
- Can I make superscript in Google Docs? Yes, you can follow the same steps but select “Superscript” instead of “Subscript”.
- Can I change the size of the subscript text? No, the size of the subscript text is automatically adjusted to fit the text size of the document.
In conclusion, subscript can be a useful formatting option for various types of documents. With these simple steps, you can easily make your text or numbers subscript in Google Docs. Remember to save your document once you have completed your formatting.