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How do I make text superscript or subscript?

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Making your text superscript or subscript requires a little HTML know-how, but you can do it. Here's how:

  1. Click within your text box to make the formatting toolbar appear, and click the button that looks like this: </>
  2. A popup box containing the HTML behind that inbox opens. Find the text that needs to be adjusted, and you'll wrap it in a couple HTML tags that tell it how to behave in the inbox.
  3. If you want your text to be superscript, format it like this:

    <sup>This part of the text</sup> is superscript.

    If you want your text to be subscript, format it like this:

    <sub>This part of the text</sub> is subscript.
  4. Send yourself a test to see how the text appears in your inbox.
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