A Superscript or Subscript is a text character that is set slightly below or above the normal line of type; it is typically smaller than the rest of the text. Superscripts appear above, while Subscsripts appear below the baseline. Superscripts are normally used when you want to add a copyright, trademark, or other symbols to your presentation or when creating a footnote by adding a Superscript number to the end of your text. Subscripts are typically used when writing chemical formulas, for instance, the formula for water the H2O.
How to Turn off Superscript and Subscript in PowerPoint
Follow the steps below to turn off Superscript or Subscript in PowerPoint:
- Select the text, symbol, or number with superscript or subscript you want to remove.
- On the Home tab, click the launcher button on the bottom right of the Font group.
- A Font dialog box will appear.
- On the Font tab, uncheck the check box for Superscript or Subscript.
- Click Ok.
Select the text, symbol, or number with superscript or subscript you want to remove.
On the Home tab, click the launcher button on the bottom right of the Font group.
A Font dialog box will appear.
On the Font tab, uncheck the check box for Superscript or Subscript.
Although, the shortcut key for Superscript is Ctrl + Shift + Plus, and Subscript is Ctrl + =. You can press these keys again to remove Superscript or Subscript from the text.
How do I remove superscripts in Word?
The shortcut used to add superscripts in Word is Ctrl + Shift + =. The same keyboard shortcut is also used to remove the superscript in Word. First, select the part of the text in superscript. Now, press the keyboard shortcut to remove the superscript.
How do I remove all superscripts in Excel?
You can remove all superscripts in Excel. To do so, select the row or column in which you want to remove superscript from data. After that, open the Font settings and deselect the Superscript checkbox. Click OK. If the superscript numbers are placed in different cells, press and hold the Ctrl button and then select all these cells one by one. When you select all the cells, remove the superscript via the Font settings dialog box.
We hope this tutorial helps you understand how to turn off Superscript or Subscript in PowerPoint; if you have questions about the tutorial, let us know in the comments.