Long back, I wrote a post on How to Superscript and Subscript in Office Word? But One can do much more than that in Microsoft Office Word from Office 2007, like writing a Mathematical equation, Physics derivation or Chemical formula. This would be really helpful to write a paper for your project or even for finishing your assignment at School in style.
So how to insert an equation and formula in Word 2007?
Go to Insert tab and click Equation. (You can also use the keyboard shortcut ALT + = to insert an equation). This will enable a new tab, Design which will help in inserting various mathematical equations and physics formulas.
What can you write using equations in Word 2007?
You can use the Structures in the Design tab to insert different parameters in the mathematical equation or physics or chemistry formula.
You can also choose the symbols and characters for Basic Math, Greek Letters, Letter-like symbols, Operators, Arrows, Negated Relations, Scripts and Geometry related symbols.
How to Save Equations in Word 2007?
Also, you can save equations that you create so that you can use it later. Just click the arrow symbol when you insert the equation and choose the option Save as New Equation.
Here are some of the common options to insert equations and formula,
Trigonometric functions, Hyperbolic functions, Inverse functions, Inverse Hyperbolic Functions,
Limits and Log,