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       Are you sure you want to use that particular font? ...
          a different one might give you the look you desire, or you could
change the size of the super-/sub-scripts ...

       I've found that's the only way to get fonts to behave the way I want
them to so do ...
          for the comments pertaining to my questioning of this, see
previous message on this list - no one had a solution other than having to
re-set the font style each time.  Yes, this is frustrating, but  ???

On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 9:20 PM, Liang Wang <> wrote:

I just found that under format->character->position, I can manually change
the "scaling" from 100% to 150% to make the subscript looks normal. But
these are extra steps...


On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 10:00 PM, Liang Wang <> wrote:

Hi all,

I found the superscript and subscript in Impress is too slim (narrow).
They do look OK in Write, though. And if I make super and subscript in
Write and copy them to Impress, then the superscript looks OK but the
subscript still ugly (but I cannot quit the superscript mode by

You may the comparison screenshot at


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