How to Make a Number a Superscript in PowerPoint 2007


PowerPoint 2007 is popular presentation software. You can use PowerPoint 2007 to combine text, graphics and backgrounds to create slideshows for display on a computer screen or for projection onto a wall screen for audience viewing. You can also print out PowerPoint slides as audience handouts. PowerPoint 2007 has built-in features you can use to modify how text appears in your presentation. You can use the font features to create numerical superscripts.

  • Open the PowerPoint 2007 document in which you want to type a number as a superscript. Position your cursor in the document in the place where the number should appear.

  • Display PowerPoint's "Font dialog Box" by clicking the small arrow in the lower-right corner of the "Font" section of the ribbon at the top of your screen.

  • Click the "Superscript" check box to type subsequent text in superscript format.

  • Uncheck the "Superscript" checkbox to return to regularly formatted text.

  • Alternatively, highlight text already typed and click the "Superscript" box to change the highlighted section to superscript format.

Tips & Warnings

  • You can use features in the "Font Dialog Box" to adjust superscript parameters. For example, adjust the "Offset" to increase or decrease the amount to which the superscript is raised above the baseline.

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