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Monday, June 27, 2011

How to Create an Equation in Microsoft Word 2010

Creating mathematic equations is a capability of Microsoft Word 2010. There are several pre-set equations that can be entered quickly. This guide will walk-through how to insert an equation into a Microsoft Word 2010 document.

  1. Open Microsoft Word 2010 by clicking Start » All Programs » Microsoft Office » Microsoft Word 2010.

    Open Microsoft Office
  2. Click the Insert tab across the top.

    Insert menu
  3. Click the Equation button.

    Equation button

  4. Use the editing bar across the top for symbols, powers, and scripts to create the equation.

    Equation options
  5. Click the arrow on the right of the equation box and select the justification, or location of the equation box.

    Placement options

  6. Finish creating and save the document.

2 comments:

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