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Unread 12-11-2007, 04:01 PM   #1
Tina Tongue
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How to Write chemical symbols in Word

I am trying to write a document that has chemcial sysbols in it - e.g CO2 how
can I get it to appear with the 2 smaller.


 
Unread 12-11-2007, 04:01 PM   #2
Steve Yandl
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Re: How to Write chemical symbols in Word

Tina,

You need to change the font for the characters you want smaller and lower to
'subscript'. You can select the number and go to 'Format > Font' to make
the change but there is a shortcut. To toggle subscript on and off, simply
press the 'ctrl' key and the '=' key at the same time.

Steve



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>I am trying to write a document that has chemcial sysbols in it - e.g CO2
>how
> can I get it to appear with the 2 smaller.
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