# How do you write subscripts and subscripts at the same time?

### How do you write subscripts and subscripts at the same time?

**You can follow these steps:**

- Press Ctrl+F9. This inserts a pair of field braces within your document.
- Type "eq \a(1,2)" (without the quote marks). You should replace the 1 and 2 with the digits you want superscripted and subscripted, respectively.
- Press F9 to collapse the field and change to the field's results.

### How do you type a subscript on a Mac?

You can also use keyboard shortcuts to quickly apply superscript or subscript to selected text. For superscript, press Control-Shift-Command-Plus Sign (+). For subscript, **press Control-Command-Minus Sign (-)**.

### How to use superscript or subscript on a keyboard?

Use keyboard shortcuts to apply superscript or subscript Select the text or number that you want. For superscript, press Ctrl, Shift, and the Plus sign (+) at the same time. For subscript, press Ctrl and the Equal sign (=) at the same time.

### How to type subscript symbols in Microsoft Word?

1 Type subscript in Word using shortcut. The shortcut for subscript in word is ‘Ctrl’ + ‘=’ for Windows. ... 2 Using the Subscript button on the Home tab. Another easy method you can use to type subscripts in Word is the dedicated subscript button on the Home tab. 3 Using the Font dialog. ... 4 Inserting subscript symbols in Word. ...

### How to type not equal to symbol on keyboard?

Place the insertion pointer in the right place. Type 2260 on your keyboard, then press Alt + X. This will convert the code (2260) into the Not Equal to symbol at where you place the insertion pointer. Below is a breakdown on how to use the Not Equal to symbol shortcut for Mac:

### When do you need to type a subscript?

A subscript character is usually a letter or number written or printed below the regular text line. You may commonly need to type subscript numbers in mathematical equations and chemical formulas. If you're using a computer, you'll most likely have an option in your word processor to convert any text to subscript.