- The placement of a selection can be fine-tuned using an AdjustmentBox. AdjustmentBox objects can typically be inserted and modified using , , , and on Windows and Unix, and , , , and on Macintosh. These keys move your current selection by one pixel at the current screen magnification.
- With the setting BoxBaselineShift->k, the baseline of the adjustment box is shifted vertically by k x-heights.
- The default setting is BoxBaselineShift->0.
- For a selected AdjustmentBox object, BoxBaselineShift is set as an option to AdjustmentBox, and applies only to the selection.
- At the cell level, BoxBaselineShift is set as a suboption of the AdjustmentBoxOptions option for cells. It specifies the default setting of BoxBaselineShift for any AdjustmentBox in the cell.
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Wolfram Language. (1999). BoxBaselineShift. Wolfram Language & System Documentation Center. Retrieved from https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/BoxBaselineShift.html