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The following screenshot is from a cell in a table in Google Docs. The "th" next to the 9 is supposedly in superscript, but is not actually ascending. It works normally if it's not in a table. Why might this happen and how can I fix it?

A picture is worth a thousand words

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Unfortunately they removed the option to edit html/css in the newest version so you can't really do much for that. Nice catch though. I think it's better to report that on their official Help Forum:


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