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When using the Equation Editor, you can control the spacing that the Equation Editor applies between the baseline of a character in an equation and the baseline of a superscript for that character. The value you specify represents a percentage of the normal spacing that would otherwise be used. Thus, a value of 75% represents a spacing that is 3/4 of the normal font size. You can set this adjustment as follows:
Figure 1. The Superscript height box of the Spacing dialog box.
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