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Typing Subscripts

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Typing

Type the symbol that will have the subscript.

Type .

Create a subscript by pressing the Control key and the - key at the same time.

Press Ctrl+- or Ctrl+_.

Type the subscript into the placeholder (which is already selected).

Type .

Move the insertion point out of the subscript position up to the baseline by pressing the Control key and the Space bar at the same time.

Press Ctrl+Space.

Typing

Type the symbol that will have the subscript.

Type .

Create a subscript by pressing the Control key and the - key at the same time.

Press Ctrl+- or Ctrl+_.

Type the subscript into the placeholder (which is already selected).

Type .

Press the Space bar and then type .

Press Space and type .

*To avoid multiplying the two subscripts, separate them with an invisible comma. To type the alias for an invisible comma, press the Escape key before and after typing a comma.

Press Esc, type a comma, press Esc, and type .

Move the insertion point out of the subscript position up to the baseline by pressing the Control key and the Space bar at the same time.

Press Ctrl+Space.

Typing

Type the symbol that will have the subscript.

Type .

Create a subscript by pressing the Control key and the - key at the same time.

Press Ctrl+- or Ctrl+_.

Type the subscript into the placeholder (which is already selected).

Type .

To avoid multiplying the two subscripts, separate them with an invisible comma. To type the alias for an invisible comma, press the Escape key before and after typing a comma.

Press Esc, type a comma, press Esc, and type .

Move the insertion point out of the subscript position up to the baseline by pressing the Control key and the Space bar at the same time.

Press Ctrl+Space.

Typing

The first three steps create and fill in the subscript and its subscript.

Type , then press Ctrl+_.
Type , then press Ctrl+_.
Type .

Press the Control key and the Space bar at the same time twice to get up to the baseline.

Press Ctrl+Space twice.

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