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Inserting leftsubscripts
How can I insert a leftsubscript in Word2007? I would like to use the
equation editor that comes along with it, not Microsoft Equation 3.0 and not changing the font. The only option for this in Structures/Scripts is a combination Left SubscriptSuperscript. 
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Answer: Inserting leftsubscripts
To insert a leftsubscript in Word 2007 using the equation editor, you can follow these steps:
This will insert a leftsubscript in your document using the equation editor in Word 2007. Note that this option only allows for a combination of leftsubscript and superscript, so you will need to enter a blank space in the superscript box if you do not want to include one.
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Inserting leftsubscripts
Hi,
You can do this by performing the following steps. 1) At the place in the document where you want to insert the left subscript, press Alt+= (Alt together with =). This opens all the controls of the Word 2007 Equation Editor on the Ribbon. 2) Click the control with e^x (e and a superscripted x) on it. 3) In the pane that opens, click the option with an array of 3 boxes, two of which are piled up on the left and one is alone on the right. A similar array of 3 boxes should then appear in the small Equation Editor control near your cursor. 4) In the Equation Equator control, type a space in the upper lefthand box, type your subscript in the lower lefthand box, and type the online text in the righthand box. 5) Press End twice.  Hope this helps, Pesach Shelnitz "rkoehn" wrote: How can I insert a leftsubscript in Word2007? I would like to use the equation editor that comes along with it, not Microsoft Equation 3.0 and not changing the font. The only option for this in Structures/Scripts is a combination Left SubscriptSuperscript. 
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Inserting leftsubscripts
I suppose there is no way to do this without having to fill in the unused
superscript? "Pesach Shelnitz" wrote: Hi, You can do this by performing the following steps. 1) At the place in the document where you want to insert the left subscript, press Alt+= (Alt together with =). This opens all the controls of the Word 2007 Equation Editor on the Ribbon. 2) Click the control with e^x (e and a superscripted x) on it. 3) In the pane that opens, click the option with an array of 3 boxes, two of which are piled up on the left and one is alone on the right. A similar array of 3 boxes should then appear in the small Equation Editor control near your cursor. 4) In the Equation Equator control, type a space in the upper lefthand box, type your subscript in the lower lefthand box, and type the online text in the righthand box. 5) Press End twice.  Hope this helps, Pesach Shelnitz "rkoehn" wrote: How can I insert a leftsubscript in Word2007? I would like to use the equation editor that comes along with it, not Microsoft Equation 3.0 and not changing the font. The only option for this in Structures/Scripts is a combination Left SubscriptSuperscript. 
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Inserting leftsubscripts
OMG! Thank you. This has been killing me for the past few hours. This may not technically be correct, but all I care about is that it LOOKS correct. So thanx again.

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