Format Text

PPT Productivity PowerPoint add-in has 180+ time saving features. Format Text features let you quickly:

  • Add ticks (check marks) or cross bullet points to text
  • Toggle between 5 different text cases
  • Toggle word wrapping on or off
  • Convert text to superscript
  • Color bold text
  • And more!

Scroll down or use the side navigation to learn more about these time saving shortcuts for PowerPoint.

Insert Superscript text

Easily add superscript in PowerPoint using PPT Productivity's Insert Superscript feature.

How to superscript in powerpoint? It's easy with this one click PowerPoint superscript shortcut. Superscript refers to text set in a smaller font, above the line of other text. Superscript in PowerPoint is often used to indicate a footnote on the slide, but can also be used in Mathematical formulae.

When adding footnotes in PowerPoint, you typically insert a footnote reference in superscript on the main text of a slide and combine it with the footnote details on the bottom of the page.

PPT Productivity's Insert Superscript feature has two modes:

  • Insert new text in superscript: simply click the Insert Superscript button at the point where you would like to add the text. The text you enter after clicking the button will be in superscript format.
  • Convert text to superscript: if you select text prior to clicking the button, the feature will instead convert selected text to Superscript.
Productivity Tip

If you're using footnotes in your presentation, use the magnify footnote feature to make adding or reviewing footnote text easy.

Shortcut Keys

All PPT Productivity features can be used via the Customizable Shortcut Keys for PowerPoint feature. You can update the shortcut keys to any preferred available combination, but to get you started we have set up the following superscript shortcut in PowerPoint, for inserting superscript text:

  • Superscript Shortcut to insert superscript text: CTRL + .

  • The MS office shortcut for superscript in PowerPoint - to convert selected text to superscript:

  • Superscript Shortcut to convert text to superscript: CTRL+SHIFT+PLUS SIGN

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