Switching out of subscripting or superscripting


S

Salmon Egg

The instructions on how to get superscripting and subscripting in
PowerPoint, Command+SHIFT+MINUS seems pretty straightforward. My problem
is that I do not know how to get out of that mode. It does not toggle.
That is, if I repeat the command,I just get a subscript on a subscript.

I have been working around this by leaving space for subscripts and
adding regular following text. aI then go back to handling the
subscript. This may be further complicated if I am working with symbols
such as Greek letter symbols.

How do you get out a series of nested subscript/superscript combinations?

Another workaround I have used is to prepare equations in Maple. Take
screen shots and paste the pictures into PowerPoint. Maple gives much
prettier results at the expense of substituting graphics to represent
characters.

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Sam

Conservatives are against Darwinism but for natural selection.
Liberals are for Darwinism but totally against any selection.
 
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