Re: Mathematical notation freeware or shareware?
Does anybody have a free- or shareware software product they like for
notating mathematical formulas? ...But it would be nice to have the >ability to create complex mathematical formulas without spending hours >formatting them in Word.
Within Word, choose Insert > Object > Microsoft Equation 3.0. If this option doesn't appear, you may need to get it from the Word disk; not every version of Word automatically installs this option.
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