7 years ago in MS Word


A character that is raised and smaller above the baseline is known as

[A] Raised
[B] Outlined
[C] Capscript
[D] Superscript
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Athule Gecelo - 4 years ago

D. I declare that?

ADITYA PANDA - 4 years ago

I DONT GET ANY IDEA

Full 2 Fun - 5 years ago

last one is correct

Rubyat Shoikot - 5 years ago

[D] Superscript

brooklyn breann caldwell - 5 years ago

answer D supescript

Chami Mwalo - 5 years ago

D. A character that raised is called superscript

Felicia Edet - 6 years ago

Superscript is above, like exponents, while subscript is below. o3o

Guest - 6 years ago

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Joel Fofoh Kojo
Joel Fofoh Kojo - 5 days ago

Joel Fofoh Kojo from Accra, Ghana is saying Superscript is correct answer

Arif Niazi
Arif Niazi - 3 months ago

Arif Niazi from Mianwali, Pakistan is saying Outlined is correct answer

Adila Ahmed
Adila Ahmed - 4 years ago

Adila Ahmed from Tanzania is saying Superscript is correct answer

Ashish Joseph AJ
Ashish Joseph AJ - 4 years ago

Ashish Joseph AJ from Raigarh, India is saying Superscript is correct answer

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Abbi stoner - 4 years ago

Abbi stoner from Chatham, Canada is saying Raised is correct answer

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