keyboard code for subcript a.
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22 Oct 2006 11:19 PDT
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Question ID: 775829
what is the keyboard code for the subscript of the letter a in word. I cannot find any subscript of a in the symbol section. I need to get the code so that i can assign it to a key in oder to speed my work which need a lot of subscript. Once i get the code , how do i assign it as it is not in the repertoire of symbols. Do i need to import it from some file for e.g ?
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Re: keyboard code for subcript a.
From: dasaini408-ga on 22 Oct 2006 11:32 PDT
I found the superscript of "a" in times new roman font, but not subscript. (alt+0170) The short cut to make highlighted text or following text superscript in word is ctrl = (control and equal sign)
If you know something about HTML then you didnt ask this question
From: rdsagar-ga on 22 Oct 2006 14:07 PDT
actually for programmer we always think that for A-65 and for a-97 ascii of asign key and we have 128 or 256 assigned keys but. now that are very old fashion matter we can colour a single character. we can give the hyperlink ot a character or word or line. so that way subscript and superscript is simply a format of perticular character or word. there arent a specially assign key for that. and if you know HTML language then you also aware with sub ans sup tags which also make latter in sub or super script. i thing you got answer.
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