RE: Inserting Mathematical Equations into documents

Subject: RE: Inserting Mathematical Equations into documents
From: Doug Grossman <Doug -dot- Grossman -at- sas -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 12:38:33 -0500

In Word:

Click where you want to insert the equation.

On the Insert menu, click Object, and then click the Create New tab.

In the Object type box, click Microsoft Equation 3.0.

Click OK.

Build the equation by selecting symbols from the Equation toolbar and by typing variables and numbers. From the top row of the Equation toolbar, you can choose from more than 150 mathematical symbols. From the bottom row, you can choose from a variety of templates or frameworks that contain symbols such as fractions, integrals, and summations.
If you need help, click Equation Editor Help Topics on the Help menu.

To return to Word, click the Word document.
If Microsoft Equation Editor is not available, you may need to install it.

This is directly from "Help."


ORIGINAL QUERY

Does anyone know of a program which allows for mathematical equations to
be inserted into a WordPerfect or MS Word document. My chief uses
equations in his medical articles and it is frustrating (at the staff &
editor level) to help prepare his articles without such aid.


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