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USING EQUATION IN MICROSOFT WORD 2010

Microsoft Word 2010

The following article will show you how to use Formulas or Equations in Microsoft Word 2010.

1. After you open a document in Microsoft Word 2010, click on the Insert tab and then click on the Equation button that has the symbol Pi.

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Note: Scroll down and you will see that here there are a lot of Equations that can be used in Microsoft Word 2010. For example if you scroll to the end of the ribbon and select More Equations from Office.com, you will see here a lot of Equations that are uploaded by Microsoft Word users.

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3. Let’s start by inserting a formula that is already there like the Quadratic Formula.

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Note: Here you can see that there are several design options here like:

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  • Linear - which will make it in one line.

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  • Professional - which will put numbers on top of one another.

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  • There is also the option to make it Change to Display – which puts it in the centre and not actually a part of the paragraph.

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  • Change to Inline - which will put it in line with the paragraph.

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4. Now let’s a new formula that we are going to create. Click on the Insert tab, then select the Equation button and then select Insert New Equation.’

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5. Once you are typing in the formula you want, you can choose mathematical symbols from the Symbols section.

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Note: If you want to use Fraction you can find it in the Structures section.

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Note: In the Structures section you can also find Radical.

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Note: If you want to use Superscripts, select Script from the same section and you will see it listed there.

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6. To save your own Equation, just click on the right downward arrow of the formula and select the option Save as New Equation.

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