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Where is Microsoft's Equation Editor


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thomasdeak

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Hello,

I have XP Home edition and I just bought Micorsoft Office's XP Small Business package. When I loaded it and tried to use WORD, I couldn't find the Equation Editor. Where is it? I tried to find some help on Microsoft's web site and I downloaded the Word 2002 Trouble Support template but I can't figure out how to use it to help me? Can anyone out there help me? Thanks ! :tazz:
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Hi thomasdeak, Welcome to GTG !! :tazz:

Have a look here for instructions on how to install it !!

Equation Editor
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kroth

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While in Microsoft Word, from the Inert Menu choose Object.
In the resulting window choose Microsoft Equation 3.0

This will bring the editor up.

Create your math expression then simply clicb back onto the Word document. If you want to edit the equation, double-click it.

Hope this helps
Karl
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