OT: Super duper scripts in MS Word
slylabs13 at me.com
Sat Jan 19 15:35:03 EST 2013
As I said in another post any character can be set to a superscript height individually. It's in the character settings dialog.
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On Jan 19, 2013, at 12:18, Jim Hurley <jhurley0305 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> I'm not sure I know what you mean by "manually raise it some number of points."
> I'm trying to do this within MS Word.
> I know it can be done. I have an example. I just can't find a way to duplicate it.
> You might be right about using an equation editor. I used to be fluent with it, but no more.
> Is it possible to extract a chunk from the MS Equation editor so that it becomes a word "in line" with normal text?
>>> Jim Hurley-2 wrote
>>> This is WAY off topic, but I don't know where else to turn.
>>> Google has
>>> failed me entirely.
>>> I need TWO levels of superscript in MS Word. X to the Y
>>> power to the Z
>>> power. Three levels of text: base level, superscript level, and
>>> super-duper script level.
>> The easiest thing is to enter Z as a regular superscript, then change the
>> font size to something smaller (e.g., change 10pt to 6pt), then manually
>> raise it some number of points until it looks reasonable.
>> It might also be possible to embed an Equation Editor object inline with the
>> text, but that's probably gilding the lily.
>> Ciao, Paul D. DeRocco
>> Paul mailto:pderocco at ix.netcom.com
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