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Greg Friese

I couldn't figure out how to do this with (r) or (c).But ....

Our lessons frequently have medical abbreviations like O2, CO2, EtCO2, SpO2.

This is how to subscript a "2" in Engage:

For EtCO2, type "ETCO2082" then hit ALT X and it will subscript the 2 in the published or previewed version.  In Articulate Engage itself, you will either see a blank box or an extra space without the 2 at all, but it will show up in the published or previewed version.