Yes & no: there are some characters that are sub/sup because they are part
of the char set eg:¹²°³, but other than that, you must manually draw them,
which you could do relatively easily with a picture box. The down side of
drawing the strings manually is that you will also have to implement
everything else manually as well... You do, of course, have the option of
just not using word wrap, or the other bells & whistles.
Wouldn't it be great if someone wrote some sort of label control which
supported HTML's <SUB> and <SUP> tags so that you could easily put subscript
and superscript text on a form ?
Unfortunately, I can't tell you that I have already done this or where you
might be able to find it, or who I work for, because that would probably be
considered advertising and this message would be deleted.
Don't you think most answers are to complicated when you look to the
I did think just copy a nice string in your program and say
But that seems to easy I think
It looks if it is not VB but VC (Visual Complicated)