Learn the solution to last week's PowerPoint challenge and test your skills on this week's new Word challenge.
Many users like to work at home, but opening a Word document on another system can play havoc with a document's layout—I spent a lot of time formatting this document, but when I opened it at home, it looked different; the page breaks are different and the graphics aren't where I put them! This challenge has two parts: first, tell us why this happens and second, make recommendations for avoiding the problem.Last week we asked…
How would you create a non-standard superscript or subscript format in PowerPoint? You can apply both superscript and subscript to text displayed in your PowerPoint slides, but PowerPoint goes a step further: you can control the offset. It's easier than you might think too:
- Select the text.
- Click the Home tab and then click the Font dialog launcher (the small arrow in the bottom-right corner). In PowerPoint 2003, choose Font from the Format menu.
- In the resulting dialog box, set an Offset value. The default superscript is 30; the default subscript is -25. The limits are 100 and -100.
- Click OK.
It really is that simple! You can control the placement of your superscript and subscript text by setting a simple property value!