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Equation Editor Tips
Equation Editor Tips
Equation Editor
Equation Editor
Review of Equation Editor
Review of Equation Editor
Commonly used Keyboard Shortcuts
Commonly used Keyboard Shortcuts
Tip 1: Help Menu
Tip 1: Help Menu
Tip 2: Creating a Toolbar button in MS Word that Inserts and Equation
Tip 2: Creating a Toolbar button in MS Word that Inserts and Equation
Tip 3: Putting a Box Around an Equation
Tip 3: Putting a Box Around an Equation
Tip 4: Placing an Arc over More than One Character
Tip 4: Placing an Arc over More than One Character
Tip 5: Word is Partially Italicized
Tip 5: Word is Partially Italicized
Tip 6: Enter Text in Equation
Tip 6: Enter Text in Equation
Tip 7: Template Replacement
Tip 7: Template Replacement
Tip 8: Template Wrapping
Tip 8: Template Wrapping
Tip 9: Change Display Size
Tip 9: Change Display Size
Tip 10: Kerning Headlines
Tip 10: Kerning Headlines
Tip 11: Change Color of Equation in PowerPoint
Tip 11: Change Color of Equation in PowerPoint
Tip 12: Animated Equations in PowerPoint
Tip 12: Animated Equations in PowerPoint
Tip 13: Printing Equations Black and White without Changing the Color
Tip 13: Printing Equations Black and White without Changing the Color
Tip 14: Automatically Number Equations in MS Word
Tip 14: Automatically Number Equations in MS Word
Tip 14: (con’t
Tip 14: (con’t
Tip 15: Equation Autotext
Tip 15: Equation Autotext
Tip 16: Equation Not Displaying
Tip 16: Equation Not Displaying
Tip 17: More Tips
Tip 17: More Tips

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Equation Editor Tips

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1 Equation Editor Tips

Equation Editor Tips

2 Equation Editor

Equation Editor

Equation Editor is a watered down version of the full MathType program (www.mathtype.com) developed by Design Science Used in Access, Excel, Outlook (using MS Word as email editor), PowerPoint and Word

3 Review of Equation Editor

Review of Equation Editor

There are 19 palettes in equation editor The top row contain symbols The bottom row contains templates

4 Commonly used Keyboard Shortcuts

Commonly used Keyboard Shortcuts

Command

Shortcut

Zooming to 400%

Ctrl+4

Inserting Greek letters

Ctrl+G, followed by a letter key

Fraction

Ctrl+F

Superscript

Ctrl+H ("high")

Subscript

Ctrl+L ("low")

Square root

Ctrl+R ("root" or "radical")

Integral

Ctrl+I

Thin space (e.g. before "dx" in an integral)

Ctrl+space

Adding plain text

Ctrl+Shift+E

Going back to math after adding text

Ctrl+Shift+=

Add overbar to character

Ctrl+_

5 Tip 1: Help Menu

Tip 1: Help Menu

In Equation Editor go to the Help menu and select Equation Editor Help

6 Tip 2: Creating a Toolbar button in MS Word that Inserts and Equation

Tip 2: Creating a Toolbar button in MS Word that Inserts and Equation

To add the icon, choose the Customize command on the Tools menu to display the Customize dialog. Click on the Commands tab to display the list of commands. You will see a list of Categories on the left and a list of Commands on the right. On the left, click on "Insert." On the right, scroll down and near the bottom of the list will be this button . Click on this button and drag it to the toolbar, placing it wherever you want it. Click "Close" on the "Customize" dialog.

7 Tip 3: Putting a Box Around an Equation

Tip 3: Putting a Box Around an Equation

Create a 1-by-1 matrix. In the matrix dialog box, click in the preview pane outside the matrix on all four sides. This will insert solid lines around the matrix. If you want the lines to be dashed, click twice. If you want them dotted, click three times. Click once more to remove a line.

8 Tip 4: Placing an Arc over More than One Character

Tip 4: Placing an Arc over More than One Character

Insert the "small-over-large" template (it's on the 3rd template palette from the left). Type the material to go under the arc into the lower slot. In this case, "ABC". Click into the smaller slot to place the insertion point there. Use the Other command on the Style menu to select the MT Extra font. Type a ")". This will insert the arc. Select the arc. Use the Other command on the Size menu to increase the size of the arc until it covers the characters. You may not be able to cover them completely before the arc starts to look ugly but do the best you can. If the characters under the arc are 12 points, you may need to make the arc around 40 points in size.

9 Tip 5: Word is Partially Italicized

Tip 5: Word is Partially Italicized

When you type a word like “variation” or “single”, it will show up in the equation editor as “variation” or “sin gle” because “var” or “sin” is a recognized function name. Press Ctrl+Shift+E (or go to Style and select Text) to place equation editor into text mode To change back into math model press Ctrl+Plus (or go to Style and select Math)

10 Tip 6: Enter Text in Equation

Tip 6: Enter Text in Equation

Using Text Style Mode will allow you to use the space bar to add space between words Place insertion point and go to Style, select Text, type using space bar To return to Math style, choose Math from Style menu

11 Tip 7: Template Replacement

Tip 7: Template Replacement

Select the template and its contents Hold the Alt key down while choosing the replacement template in the palette menus.

12 Tip 8: Template Wrapping

Tip 8: Template Wrapping

Just select the part of the equation to be wrapped (ex. a parenthesis template), then insert the wrapping template in the normal way. An inserted template will wrap itself around anything that is selected.

13 Tip 9: Change Display Size

Tip 9: Change Display Size

To Change Display Size of an Equation in MS Word Go to Edit or right click, Equation Object, Open Under View select Zoom between 25% - 400%

14 Tip 10: Kerning Headlines

Tip 10: Kerning Headlines

Insert an equation where you want the headline to be. Set the font and size you want the headline to be using Equation Editor's Other Style and Other Size commands. Type the headline. Find the first pair of characters from the left whose spacing you want to adjust. Select the text from the rightmost character of the pair to the right end of the text. While holding the Ctrl key down, use the right and left arrow keys to adjust the spacing to your liking.

Before

After

15 Tip 11: Change Color of Equation in PowerPoint

Tip 11: Change Color of Equation in PowerPoint

Create the equation the usual way using Insert Object. Select the equation by clicking on it. Right-click the equation object to bring up a menu of commands. Click on "Format Object", the last item on the menu. This will bring up a dialog. Click the tab titled "Picture". Under the Picture tab, click "Recolor". When the "Recolor Picture" dialog appears, you can change the color. There should be black and white rectangles in the "Original" section; you don’t need to change the white background, just the black text color. Click the dropdown box next to the black color in the "New" column, you can select any color shown there. You can preview your selection to see if the color is what you had in mind. If it looks fine, click OK on both dialogs.

16 Tip 12: Animated Equations in PowerPoint

Tip 12: Animated Equations in PowerPoint

Insert your equation into PowerPoint. Right-click on the equation, and from the menu select Grouping, then Ungroup. A dialog will appear with a warning about the action you’re about to do. Click Yes. Your equation will then appear as individual characters and templates, which you can animate using SlideShow/ CustomAnimation.

17 Tip 13: Printing Equations Black and White without Changing the Color

Tip 13: Printing Equations Black and White without Changing the Color

With your equation colored to white, select Grayscale, right click on equation and select Grayscale Setting, select Black with White Fill

18 Tip 14: Automatically Number Equations in MS Word

Tip 14: Automatically Number Equations in MS Word

Inserting a sequenced equation number Place the insertion point where the equation number should go, use the Insert Field command to insert a SEQ (sequence) field. In the Field dialog, choose SEQ from the Field Names list. SEQ will also appear in the field command area at the bottom of the dialog. In the field command area, add " EqnNum" after SEQ so it reads "SEQ EqnNum". EqnNum is an arbitrary variable name that Word will increment each time you insert a new equation number using this same variable name. Close the dialog. The new field will show up in your document as "1". The next one you insert will show up as "2".

19 Tip 14: (con’t

Tip 14: (con’t

) Renumbering the Equations

Renumbering the equations after changes to the document Go to Tools, Options, Print tab and select Update Fields Print Preview (numbers automatically update) (note: instead of the above you can also do Edit, Select All, press F9)

20 Tip 15: Equation Autotext

Tip 15: Equation Autotext

Insert equation/symbol Highlight and go to Insert, Autotext Assign name to equation/symbol As you type the name in the document, a dialog box will come up with the name of the equation/symbol, just press enter to insert

21 Tip 16: Equation Not Displaying

Tip 16: Equation Not Displaying

MT Extra font not installed Not using TrueType fonts Printer doesn’t support TrueType fonts When you see {EMBED Equation.3} instead of the equation, that is because MS Word is displaying field codes. Go to Tools menu Click Options Click the View tab, and then clear the Field codes check box.

22 Tip 17: More Tips

Tip 17: More Tips

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