 
CREATING MATHEMATICS
INSIDE MS WORD II
Simonds tips on using the equation editor
 Always add a full space
before and after an equal sign, before and after
a plus or minus sign, after a limit sign or integral sign, and
before each limit on a definite integral. A full space is
created inside an equation box by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Space Bar.
 Always add a half space between a
coefficient and a variable and before and after the arrow sign in a limit.
A half space is created by pressing Ctrl+Space Bar.
 To line up your equal signs
(J ) you
need to use the format/align option shown in Figure 9.
Figure 9: Gotta' line
up them equal signs!
 You can add text inside an
Equation box by selecting Style  Text from the toolbar menu. (See
Figure 10.)
Figure 10: Adding
text inside an Equation Box
 Sometimes you might want to
insert text along with a multistep simplification or other type process.
One way to achieve this is with a matrix. For example, the simplification
shown in Figure 11 was typed using a matrix with 7 rows and two columns.
The style used in the left column was "Math" while the style used in the
right column was "Text." I always insert a blank row between every line
to avoid crowding  that's why the matrix had seven rows as opposed to
four. The appropriate Menu and Dialogue Box are shown in Figures 12 and
13.
Figure 11: Adding text
along with mathematics
Figure 12: The
Matrix Menu Bar
Figure 13: The
Matrix Dialogue Box


Finally, you will find below is a
keystroke guide for creating the expression .
 Open an Equation Box
 press Ctrl+t, u
 type in "lim" (don't type
the quotes J
)
 press Tab
 type in "h"
 press Ctrl+Space Bar
 press Ctrl+k, a
 press Ctrl+Space Bar
 type in "0"
 press Tab
 press Ctrl+Shift+Space Bar
 press Ctrl+f
 press Ctrl+9
 type in "3"
 press Ctrl+shift+Space Bar
 type in "+"
 press Ctrl+shift+Space Bar
 type in "h"
 press Tab
 press Ctrl+h
 type "2"
 press Tab
 press Ctrl+Shift+Space Bar
 type in ""
 press Ctrl+Shift+Space Bar
 type in "9"
 press Tab
 type in "h"
 press Tab
 click anywhere outside the
Equation Box to close the equation box

