Access 2010 is failing to render my HTML tags for superscripts and subscripts. I have set the containing text objects as Rich Text in both my form and my report. However, Access ignores the superscript (and subscript) HTML tags. Other HTML formatting such as bold and italics do render and display properly.
Here is an example:
This is an example of a superscript S for the letter H: H<sup>s</sup>.
By the way, the relevant field in the underlying table is a plain text memo field rather than a rich text memo field because I want to see the HTML tags in the table. I assume that's not the issue--because boldfacing works.
The subscripts/superscripts do render correctly when I export the text as an .html file and open it in my web browser.
If the superscripts were numeric, I could use the numeric superscript character codes, but I want to have superscript letters.
Can I get Access to display subscripts and superscripts in reports (and forms)?