How to Type a Subscript in Google Docs?

Google Docs Subscript & Superscript

This article explains how to write subscripts & superscripts in Google docs Spreadsheet.

There is no keyboard shortcut or formatting options available to do this.

The only way that I could get from net is to copy the below listed numbers (0 – 9).

It is prepared using “=char()” function. How? Lets find it out.

Type a Subscript in Google docs

For each subscript & superscript of numbers 0 – 9 , a specific code is used.

You don’t have to remember all these numbers.

Just copy paste the paste-ready value where you need to insert a numeric subscript of superscript.

Subscript Sub – Code SuperScript Sup-Code
0 8320 0 8304
1 8321 1 185
2 8322 2 178
3 8323 3 179
4 8324 4 8308
5 8325 5 8309
6 8326 6 8310
7 8327 7 8311
8 8328 8 8312
9 8329 9 8313

If you want to derive these codes by yourself. Try this example.

To get 0 as subscript, in the Google spreadsheet, type the command “=char(8320)”

Press enter to get the 0 as subscript. Similarly you can generate corresponding subscript & superscript numbers by yourself in Google docs & use them in your formula, theory or Mathematical equations.

External Reference: Infoinspired article on How to get subscript in Google Docs?

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