I have to write equations that have a lot of subscripts. What is the shortcut key in Microsoft Office to write subscripts in equations?
In Office's built-in equation editor you can type
You must enter a space after entering. For example,
will give you
*Superscript: Press CTRL+SHIFT+ =
*Subscript: Press CTRL+ =
Supposedly. I don't have Office so i can't confirm this, but it's what a Google search got me. Let me know if it works!
EDIT: apperently for equation manager CTRL+L does subscript while CTRL+H does superscript. Once again. i googled it so it would be awesome if someone could check it out.