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I have a paragraph with a rather large line height (38pt), and I need the very last character to be positioned lower than the other characters. Is there a good way to do this without resorting to creating a new text block?

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closed as off topic by Philip Regan Oct 13 '11 at 19:54

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Simple "how to" questions are off-topic per the FAQ. – Philip Regan Oct 13 '11 at 19:54
Sorry 'bout that. Should have read the FAQ since this was my first question. Completely my fault. =) – Nathan Arthur Oct 13 '11 at 21:22

Sorry, guys. Just figured it out. The answer is to give "Baseline Shift" a negative value for the single character in question.

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