When writing a document, you need various features to make your text stand out. For instance, sometimes you need to use small letters at the bottom (subscript) or the top (superscript) of the line of text. This is especially needed when writing chemical formulas, mathematical texts, or dates.
If you are using Google Docs, you can follow three different ways to subscript and superscript your texts. You can use the keyboard shortcuts, the menu system, or the special characters chart. In this post, we are going to focus only on the subscript part.
Since many of you are new to Google Docs, you are yet to get familiar with all the features. If you want to learn how to do subscript in Google Docs, you are at the right place. In this post, we will explain the steps in detail. Go through the details and you will know what to do.
Steps to do subscript in Google Docs
- Go to Google Docs
- Now, select the part you want to subscript in your document
- Now, in the menu bar, navigate to Format > text > Subscript
- Now, click on subscript and you will see that the selected text has been changed to subscript: