does notepad++ on windows 7 allow chemistry subscript or superscript

chemistry problem
2H2+02 ->2H20

2 hydrogen 2 plus oxygen 2 = 2 water

does notepad++ on windows 7 allow chemistry subscript or superscript

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Not natively.

You can use UTF characters, so you can use sub/superscript that way. Copy the characters from charmap.exe or this site:

Or you can write HTML documents, using the <sup> + <sub> tags.


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But there isn't a built in way to "switch-to" sub/superscript mode.


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rgb192Author Commented:
I am asking how to do this in notepad++ and you told me a complex html answer
I told you you could use notepad++ to write html, but i also told you how to do it in notepad++, clearly you didn't read the entire answer.

The only way is by using Unicode/UTF characters in Notepad++
rgb192Author Commented:
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