Office 2010/Format


I am working MSOffice 2010 and I want to type this Formula
ET2.   over  R1.

So first I click my Insert Tab and then at the top Right of the screen I click Equation Tab.

And I look at all the Equation markings and pick the one that has      numbers  over  other numbers.

And it puts it in my page.

Then I can just Highlight it and change it to my Numbers.

But one thing I want to make my    T   Subscript Lower  so I Highlight the   T    and my Subscript TABs go Gray.

How do I do this?

Hi Bob,

The best and easier way to format your equation perfectly is follow these solutions below:

1) Go to Insert tab - Equation
* Instead of choosing the type of equation for the formula, just click on "Equation", it will give you a blank equation box for formula creation.

2) Once the Equation box is inserted into the spreadsheet, it will open up "Equation Tools" tab for designing a customized formula.
* Choose "Fraction" - stacked fraction / small fraction (Your preference and suitable for the formula)

3) Type in your formula in the gray fields
*Highlight the variable "T" and go to "Font" properties (Right corner - small square), then "Subscript"


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