How to Write O2 and X² in PowerPoint?

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Introduction: How to Write O2 and X² in PowerPoint?

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Today, I am going to show you how to write oxigen O2's 2 as down type, and x²'s 2 as up type. Till now, we write it as O2 for Oxigen and X^2 as X square. Now, let's do this on powerpoint.

Step 1: Superscript & Subscript

PowerPoint creators called these options as superscript and subscript.

Supercript makes any things to become up in the sky, and subscript is used for below-sided texts.

Step 2: Let's Do Write in PowerPoint

When you are in PowerPoint, create a new slide, then click on "click to add title" side to begin writting. Write "O2 and X2" then select the first 2 then right click on it go to Fonts then select subscript then click okey. On X2, do the same thing and click on superscript to make is as X square.

You can modify both option's offset value to make the sign be fitted.

Step 3: The Final

Now, you have got oxigen symbol and X^2 symbols on your PowerPoint slides.

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That's all!

Step 4: BONUS: Reading This Instructable

NOTE: This instructable's step is aimed for visually impaired people to hear the sentences to learn what's going on here. Watch the video, it explains all steps.

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    Simple and to the point, as these should be!

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