Strikethrough, Superscript & Subscript Short Cut Keys and HTML

Way We Do allows for strikethrough, superscript and subscript by using shortcut keys and html. 

What is Superscript, Subscript and Strikethrough?

Superscript is a character (such as a number or letter) that is set slightly above the normal line of type, respectively. It is usually smaller than the rest of the text. Ordinal indicators are sometimes written as superscripts (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, rather than 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th).

Subscripts appear at or below the baseline. Perhaps the most familiar example of subscripts is in chemical formulas. For example, the molecular formula for glucose is C6H12O6 (meaning that it is a molecule with 6 carbon atoms, 12 hydrogen atoms, and 6 oxygen atoms). Or the most famous molecule in the world, water, known almost universally by its chemical formula, H2O (meaning it has 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom.)

Strikethrough is a typographical presentation of words with a horizontal line through their center, resulting in text like this.

Way We Do supports strikethrough, superscript, and subscript through keys and HTML. 

Superscript: <sup>superscript</sup> or "Ctrl + H"

Subscript: <sub>subcript</sub> or "Ctrl + L"

Strikethrough: <s>strikethrough</s> or "Ctrl + -"

 You can edit the HTML and add the keys at the HTML section from the toolbar at the upper left 

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As an alternative, you can highlight the text and click on the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + H or Ctrl + L to add the superscript or subscript. 

 

 

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