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Re: st: OT: your favorite math equations editor |

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Wed, 17 Mar 2004 22:45:12 -0500 |

At 09:16 PM 3/17/2004 -0500, Renzo Comolli wrote:

Also, if you use the equation editor, there is a macro you should also install. Instructions for doing so with Office XP/Word 2002 are atDear Mary, My first reaction when I read your message was "define the word good" :) Given that your colleague wants to use Powerpoints, I suggest he goes either with Equation Editor or MathType. Equation Editor is just the free version of MathType. Of course, Equation Editor has fewer with fewer functionalities than MathType.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;318797&Product=offxp

I think it is also on the installation disks. In other versions, I think the macro is typically called support.dot or support9.dot or something like that. This macro lets you easily change the equation editor options. The main option I like is forceopen, which opens the equation editor in a separate window. I personally prefer this, although others may not.

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