Quick Tip: Captivate sub- and superscript

Just thought I would make a quick post about sub- and superscript in Adobe Captivate.

It is not clear from the documentation or the Captivate software itself, how you make sub- and superscript in your textboxes so here is the solution.

To make superscript you mark the relevant text and then click “Ctrl” + “Shift” + “+”.

To make subscript you mark the relevant text and click “Ctrl” + “+”.

The “+” sign need to be the one on your main keyboard – not the one on the numeric keyboard.

If you are using transparent text boxes you need to insert a bullet point in your text caption. This is due to a bug in Adobe Captivate. You can read more about the “power” of the bullet point in this post:

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  • Rob

    I’m trying to use superscripts and subscripts in captivate 4 in a multiple choice question. I can not get the procedure above to work. Any suggestions? Thank-you for your time.

  • admin

    Hi Rob,

    Unfortunately this doesn’t work in Quiz Slides in Captivate. Only in regular text captions.