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You can use html snippets of course (in edit mode>Main menu>Insert>).
But you can also create something that looks like superscript or subscript using CSS, check out this:
1. In the Document window, place the insertion point where you want to
insert a special character.
2. Do one of the following:
Select the name of the character from the Insert > HTML > Special Characters
In the Text category of the Insert panel, click the Characters button and
select the character from the submenu.
There are many other special characters available; to select one of them,
select Insert > HTML > Special Characters > Other or click the Characters
button in the Text category of the Insert panel and select the Other
Characters option. Select a character from the Insert Other Character dialog
box, and click OK.
If the special character you want to insert is not listed, you would have to
insert it as an html snippet or code.
Sites such as http://www.visibone.com/htmlref/char/ provide look-up charts
for what html entity code will represent the desired character.
What format of the entity should be used depends on the character encoding
declared on that html page.
> How do you insert superscripts into your contribute CS4 web pages? Also,
> other greek symbols and mathmatical equations?
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