Updated: 05/01/2023 by Computer Hope
The Ctrl+Shift+= or Ctrl+Shift++ keyboard shortcut is used to set selected text as superscript in Microsoft Word.
How to use the Ctrl+Shift+= keyboard shortcut
To use this keyboard shortcut, press and hold either Ctrl and Shift key, and while continuing to hold, press the = key.
Ctrl+Shift++ on a Chromebook
Pressing Ctrl+Shift++ on a Chromebook increases the resolution.
Ctrl+Shift+= in Microsoft Word
Highlighting text in Microsoft Word and then pressing Ctrl+Shift+= sets the selected text as superscript.
Ctrl+Shift++ in Microsoft Excel
Pressing Ctrl+Shift++ opens Insert window to insert a new cell, column, or row in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
Ctrl+Shift+= in Microsoft PowerPoint
Highlighting text in Microsoft PowerPoint and then pressing Ctrl+Shift+= sets the selected text as superscript.
Below are links to related keyboard shortcuts and individual key pages.
Equal, Keyboard shortcut, Keyboard terms, Plus