This video tutorial offers the simplest way how to add subscript in Excel.
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If we need to insert a text, number or symbol as subscript, first, we need to type the whole thing out into a target cell.
Then we use a double-click to get into the cell and select the bit we need to turn into subscript.
Next, we go to the Home tab, find the section Font and click on this little arrow here in the corner.
Now, this pop-up window appears where we can select the option ‘Subscript’.
Click on OK to confirm and here we go!
Subscript shows in the cell just as we wanted.
But that’s not all for today!
Let’s learn one more way to insert subscript in Excel. Again, we type into a cell a text, we select the bit to be turned into subscript, but now we do a right-click and select the option ‘Format Cells’ from the menu.
The same window pops up where we tick the option ‘Subscript’, click on OK and that’s it.
These two ways are most convenient if you need to insert subscript in Excel.
And if you’d like to know how to insert various symbols in Excel, see more tutorials by EasyClick Academy. The link to the tutorial is in the list below.
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