Add ribbon buttons and keyboard shortcuts for superscript and subsript
Why is it so much harder to make text superscript or subscript in Excel, both for mac and windows?
Elijah Rose commented
Having consistent tools across a suite is one of the huge boons about multi-faceted solutions -- this would be great for people who subscript a lot without having to highlight the text, F2 -> SHIFT+CTRL+ARROWS -> CTRL+1 -> ALT+B.
You can change them by going File>Options>Customize Ribbon>Customize>All Shortcuts> (find superscript/subscript and type what you want them to be on the right, I prefer Ctrl< and Ctrl>) click apply
I was using excel and I noticed that there are no shortcuts for the Superscript and Subscript formatting in excel for mac. As an engineering student, I use these formatting tools a lot. Could you guys please add this shortcut please?
This needs to be done. I can't even find an add in for mac excel 2016. So difficult to use excel for science based courses and applications.
Gareth Hayter commented
[Windows only, not Mac] Until Microsoft adds the buttons to Excel, the FormulaDesk add-in adds them for you (works with Excel 32 bit and 64 bit): https://www.formuladesk.com/productivity-tools
The keyboard shortcuts are: