It is possible to apply various simple typesetting to axis labels, titles etc. through the use of simple TeX-style commands within the text of the label itself. These commands can be used in any text displayed anywhere on a graph area, including number formats, axis titles, additional labels etc. All commands begin with a backslash ('\') followed by a short character sequence identifying the command, and ended with a pair of curly braces ('{' and '}'). The text which is to be the target of the formatting is enclosed in the curly braces, and such sequences can be nested (i.e. enclosed within other curly braces).

## Typesetting Commands

Command Effect
\b{text} The enclosed 'text' is displayed in bold
\it{text} The enclosed 'text' is displayed in italics
\sub{text} The enclosed 'text' is lowered by one 'level' of subscript
\sup{text} The enclosed 'text' is raised by one 'level' of superscript

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