Hi Nancy

1. Open your Character Designer and make sure your cursor is not in the
text. You can do this, for example, by clicking outside the text frame. You
will then have "as is".

2. No need to create several character tags. Just choose Format > Document >
Text Options and specify the percentage of your superscript font size.

Cheers

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On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 4:49 PM, Nancy Allison <maker at verizon.net> wrote:

> Redone in plain text:
>
> Hi, all. No matter how I set it up, I can't get a superscript character tag
> to work in Frame.  Two related problems:
>
> 1. I can't get "As Is" to work correctly. No matter how I do it, the
> "Superscript" tag takes on the font and size attributes of the surrounding
> text.  But . . . even if I could get it to work . . .
>
> 2. I would then have superscripts in the same font size as the surrounding
> text. I mean, if point size is set to As Is, then the TM on my cover page is
> going to be 30-point type, because the Title font is 30-pt. I would prefer
> for the superscript to be a few point sizes smaller.
>
> I think my best option is to create several character tags:
>
> Superscript Title
> Superscript Legal
> Superscript Body
>
> These would have specific fonts and point sizes.
>
>
>
> What is your solution?
>
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