Excel shortcuts

How to Add a Superscript in Excel: Shortcut Guide

You can add a superscript in Excel by using the following shortcut:

  1. First, select the text or number where you want to add the superscript.
  2. Then, press Ctrl+Shift+= on your keyboard.
  3. Finally, type the superscript you want to add.

Here's a step-by-step guide with pictures:

1. Select the text or number where you want to add the superscript.

2. Press Ctrl+Shift+= on your keyboard.

3. Type the superscript you want to add.

And that's it! You've successfully added a superscript in Excel.

If you want to remove the superscript, simply select the text or number and press Ctrl+Shift+= on your keyboard again.

Here's a quick video tutorial:

How to Add a Subscript in Excel

You can also add a subscript in Excel by using the following shortcut:

  1. First, select the text or number where you want to add the subscript.
  2. Then, press Ctrl+= on your keyboard.
  3. Finally, type the subscript you want to add.

Here's a step-by-step guide with pictures:

1. Select the text or number where you want to add the subscript.

2. Press Ctrl+= on your keyboard.

3. Type the subscript you want to add.

And that's it! You've successfully added a subscript in Excel.

If you want to remove the subscript, simply select the text or number and press Ctrl+= on your keyboard again.

Here's a quick video tutorial:

How to Change the Font Size of a Superscript or Subscript in Excel

If you want to change the font size of a superscript or subscript in Excel, you can do so by following these steps:

  1. First, select the text or number with the superscript or subscript.
  2. Then, press Ctrl+Shift+= (for superscript) or Ctrl+= (for subscript) on your keyboard.
  3. Next, press Ctrl+Shift+> or Ctrl+< to increase or decrease the font size, respectively.

Here's a step-by-step guide with pictures:

1. Select the text or number with the superscript or subscript.

2. Press Ctrl+Shift+= (for superscript) or Ctrl+= (for subscript) on your keyboard.

3. Press Ctrl+Shift+> or Ctrl+< to increase or decrease the font size, respectively.

And that's it! You've successfully changed the font size of a superscript or subscript in Excel.

Here's a quick video tutorial:

How to Change the Font Color of a Superscript or Subscript in Excel

If you want to change the font color of a superscript or subscript in Excel, you can do so by following these steps:

  1. First, select the text or number with the superscript or subscript.
  2. Then, press Ctrl+Shift+= (for superscript) or Ctrl+= (for subscript) on your keyboard.
  3. Next, press Ctrl+Shift+F to open the Font dialog box.
  4. In the Font dialog box, select the color you want to use from the Color drop-down list.
  5. Finally, click the OK button.

Here's a step-by-step guide with pictures:

1. Select the text or number with the superscript or subscript.

2. Press Ctrl+Shift+= (for superscript) or Ctrl+= (for subscript) on your keyboard.

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