## How do I use Equation Editor in Word 2007?

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To insert an equation in a Word 2007 document, click on the “Insert” menu/tab to see the “Insert” ribbon. In the “Symbols” section, choose “Equation”. You can also press “Alt+=” on your keyboard. You will now see Equation Tools | Design Ribbon.

### How do I turn on Equation Editor in Word?

To bring up the Equation Editor, On the Insert tab, in the Symbols group, click the arrow next to Equation, and then click Insert New Equation. This will bring up the equation editor toolbar and will place an edit box at the insertion point in the document.

#### How do I use MathType in Word 2007?

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- Launch Microsoft Word.
- From the File tab, choose Options.
- In the resulting window, from the left-side navigation menu, choose Add-ins.
- Using the drop-down menu located at the bottom of the window, choose Word Add-ins and click the button labeled “Go”.

**How do I download equation editor in Word?**

Choose “Add or Remove Features” and select “Continue“. Select the plus sign next to “Office Tools“, then select “Equation Editor” > “Run from My Computer“. Select “Continue” and the Equation Editor will be take a few minutes to install.

**How do I download Equation Editor in Word?**

## How do I use the equation tool in Word?

If you need to use an equation, add or write it in Word.

- Select Insert > Equation or press Alt + =.
- To use a built-in formula, select Design > Equation.
- To create your own, select Design > Equation > Ink Equation.
- Use your finger, stylus, or mouse to write your equation.

### How do I install MathType on Windows 7?

To install MathType exit MathType Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook, then run the MathType Setup Program by double-clicking the file you downloaded. This file will be named MathType-mac-en. pkg for Mac and MathType-win-.exe for Windows, where is the 2-letter code for the language you downloaded.

#### How do I enable equation editor in PowerPoint 2007?

To access the Equation Editor in PowerPoint 2007 and earlier, choose Insert, Object. In the Insert Object dialog box, scroll down and select Microsoft Equation 3.0. You’ll see a window that looks like this. In PowerPoint 2010 and later, click the Insert tab, then choose Equation in the Symbols group.

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