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Help with MS Office Equation Editor 3.0

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I really need help with this problem. I am taking an on-line math class. I never used Equation Editor before. Now I have to. I have a HP Pavilion zv5000 laptop. I have MS Office Student and Teacher Edition which I loaded after I purchase the Laptop. Here is the problem: we have to complete Math work using Equation Editor. Whenever I download a Word document from my classroom, the equations appear in Wingding Type. If I double click them, and then click off the equations, they appear in a different form, but still incorrect (minus and division operators BOTH appear as a black, solid square. They print that way, too.). If I submit work, everyone else has to do the same to see the equation, but THEY can see the actual equation as it should appear. This is becoming a problem that may doom me. Can anyone help? I'm the only one in class with this problem. I have a fairly standard setup, no exceptional software, and don't have a clue. I've verified my EE settings with other students and they are the same. Thanks!
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