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How would I display the text in a label with part of it below the baseline, such as H2O with the '2' as a subscript below the line?

Posted on 2007-03-27
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I am using VB.net 2003 and want to display subscripts and superscripts but do not know the syntax. Thank you for your help.
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theGhost k8 - Thank you, that did the trick. I was surprised I could not find any other discussion when searching for subscripts or superscripts. I would think this would be common.
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