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How to Superscript or Subscript in Google Docs

Previously, I've talked about the steps to make bold, italic, underline and strikethrough text in Google Docs.

In this post, I've talked about the steps to superscript and subscript in Google Docs. Let's see the steps to do this task on PC and Android.

PC

Sign into Google Docs.

Open the document you wish and then select the text you want to superscript or subscript.

To Superscript

Click on the "Format" at the top. Hover your mouse over the "Text." Hit the "Superscript" option.

Superscript option

To Subscript

Hit "Format" at the top and then hover your mouse over "Text." Now, hit the "Subscript" option.

Subscript option

Alternate Way

You can do the same task using this way too and here it is:

To Superscript: Highlight the text and then press Ctrl + . keys.

To Subscript: Highlight the text and then press the Ctrl + , keys.

Android

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    ​Open Google Docs app.
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    ​Open the document you wish and then tap on the "Pencil" icon at the bottom.
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    ​Select the text you want to superscript or subscript.
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    ​Tap the "Format" icon at the top which you can find on the left side of the "+" icon.
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    ​For superscript, tap X2 which you can find beside S.
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    ​For subscript, tap X2 which is the first icon from the right side.
Superscript and Subscript options in Google Docs app

​That's it. All done.

Note: Keep in mind that you can use the above steps to remove superscript or subscript in Google Docs (PC and Android).

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