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Microsoft Equation Editor ........................................................................................................... 3

What Is Equation Editor?............................................................................................................ 3 Easy-to-Use Toolbar with Symbols and Templates.................................................................... 3 Launching Equation Editor ......................................................................................................... 4 Inserting Mathematical Symbols in an Equation........................................................................ 4 Inserting Mathematical Templates in an Equation ..................................................................... 5 Tips & Tricks for Using Equation Editor ................................................................................... 5 Guided Practice: 1st Equation...................................................................................................... 8 Guided Practice: 2nd Equation..................................................................................................... 8 Guided Practice: 3rd Equation .................................................................................................... 9 Guided Practice: 4th Equation .................................................................................................... 9 Guided Practice: 5th Equation .................................................................................................. 10 Guided Practice: 6th Equation .................................................................................................. 10 Guided Practice: 7th Equation .................................................................................................. 11 Guided Practice: 8th Equation .................................................................................................. 12 Guided Practice: 9th Equation .................................................................................................. 13 Guided Practice: 10th Equation ................................................................................................ 14

Pictographs in Excel ................................................................................................................... 15 What is a Pictograph? ............................................................................................................... 15 Guided Practice: The Shoes Pictograph................................................................................... 17 Guided Practice: The Calories Pictograph............................................................................... 19

New PowerPoint Design Templates........................................................................................... 21 Download Templates from Microsoft....................................................................................... 21 Use Clip Gallery Backgrounds on the Slide Master ................................................................. 22

Using a Watermark in Word ..................................................................................................... 28 What is a Watermark?............................................................................................................... 28 Creating a Watermark ............................................................................................................... 28

Using a Custom Macro in Word................................................................................................ 29 What is a Macro? ...................................................................................................................... 29 Recording a Macro.................................................................................................................... 29 Running Your Macro ................................................................................................................ 30

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Microsoft Equation Editor

What Is Equation Editor? Equation Editor, a special version of the MathType equation editor from Design Science, Inc., is customized for use with Microsoft applications. Using Equation Editor, you can build complex equations by picking symbols from a toolbar and typing variables and numbers. As you build an equation, Equation Editor automatically adjusts font sizes, spacing, and formatting in keeping with mathematical typesetting conventions. Easy-to-Use Toolbar with Symbols and Templates The top row of the Equation Editor toolbar has buttons for inserting more than 150 mathematical symbols, many of which are not available in the standard Symbol font. To insert a symbol in an equation, click a button on the top row of the toolbar, and then click the specific symbol from the palette that appears under the button.

The bottom row of the Equation Editor toolbar has buttons for inserting templates or frameworks that contain such symbols as fractions, radicals, summations, integrals, products, matrices, and various fences or matching pairs of symbols such as brackets and braces. Many templates contain slots spaces into which you type text and insert symbols. There are about 120 templates, grouped on palettes. You can nest templates insert templates in the slots of other templates to build complex hierarchical formulas.

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Launching Equation Editor Using OLE (Object Linking and Embedding), you can create and edit equations within other applications Word, Publisher, PowerPoint, etc.). File menu, choose Exit And Return To Document. The equation is updated in the document. 1. From the Insert menu, click the Object command. 2. Double-click Microsoft Equation 3.0 from the list of Create New

objects. Inserting Mathematical Symbols in an Equation Symbols are single characters such as logic symbols, set theory symbols, and Greek letters.

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Inserting Mathematical Templates in an Equation Templates are symbols with one or more empty slots, such as a radical or a fraction.

Tips & Tricks for Using Equation Editor Use the four directional arrow keys to move the cursor. The size and shape of

the insertion point tell you where the next text you type or symbols you insert will appear.

Watch the Status Bar for important tooltip-like information Get used to using templates inside of templates. For example, this expression,

( )7259 , is made up of three templates.

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If you need text in an equation, select Text from the Style menu. (The default

Style is Math). Shortcut keystrokes to toggle styles: Math CTRL SHIFT = Text CTRL SHIFT E

To edit an equation, double click it. If you need a larger view or you forgot your reading glasses, just click the equation once. Then, click Equation Object from the Edit menu.

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SAMPLE DOCUMENT Evaluate each expression:

1.

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23

2. 5.29

3. 2516

4. ( )

3

2

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5. ( )12961246008220)( 522 ++++= + xxxxxP

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8. ( ) ( ) += xxxff 32 if 3 Find 2

9. 4

2

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seccos

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Guided Practice: 1st Equation 1. Launch Word. 2. Type 1. and press TAB 3. From the Insert menu, click the Object command. Double click Microsoft

Equation 3.0. 4. Create the equation:

Type - Click the Full-size Vertical Fraction template Type 3 23 Press Type 2 Press Click the Parentheses Fence template Type - Click the Full-size Vertical Fraction template Type 2 Press Type 5

5. Click outside the equation, in the Word document. Press Guided Practice: 2nd Equation 1. Type 2. and press TAB 2. From the Insert menu, click the Object command. Dou

Equation 3.0. 3. Create the equation:

Click the Square Root template 9

Type 9 Press Click the Single Vertical Bars Fence template Type - Type -2.5

4. Click outside the equation, in the Word document. Press

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ENTER twice.

ble click Microsoft

5.2

ENTER twice.

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Guided Practice: 3rd Equation 1. Type 3. and press TAB 2. From the Insert menu, click the Object command. Double click Microsoft

Equation 3.0. 3. Create the equation:

Click the Full-size Vertical Fraction template 16 Click the Square Root template Type 16 Press Click the Square Root template Type 25

4. Click outside the equation, in the Word document. Pres Guided Practice: 4th Equation 1. Type 4. and press TAB 2. From the Insert menu, click the Object command. Do

Equation 3.0. 3. Create the equation:

Click the Full-size Vertical Fraction template Type 3 Press

(

35

5243 Type 4

Press Click the Parentheses Fence template Click the Full-size Vertical Fraction template Type 2 Click the Parentheses Fence template Type 5-7 Press Click the Superscript template Type 2 Press Press Type 5 Click the Superscript template Type 3

25

s ENTER twice.

uble click Microsoft

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4. Click outside the equation, in the Word document. Press ENTER twice. Guided Practice: 5th Equation 1. Type 5. and press TAB 2. From the Insert menu, click the Object command. Double click Microsoft

Equation 3.0. 3. Create the equation:

Type P Click the Parentheses Fence template Type x

( ) ( )12961246008220 522 ++++= + xxxxxP Press Type =20x Click the Superscript template Type 2 Press Type +82x+600- Click the Parentheses Fence te Type 4x Click the Superscript template Type 2+5 Press Type +12x+1296 Press

4. Click outside the equation, in the W Guided Practice: 6th Equation 1. Type 6. and press TAB 2. From the Insert menu, click the O

Equation 3.0. 3. Create the equation:

Click the Full-size Vertical Fr Type 1 Press Type 2 Press

mplate

ord document. Press ENTER twice.

bject command. Double click Microsoft

action template 143

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Click the Single Vertical Bars Fence template Click the 3 Row, 3 Column Matrix template Type 3 Press TAB Continue typing and tabbing until all 9 numbers have been typed

4. Click outside the equation, in the Word document. Press ENTER twice. Guided Practice: 7th Equation 1. Type 7. and press TAB 2. From the Insert menu, click the Object command. Double click Microsoft

Equation 3.0. 3. Create the equation:

Click the Full-size Vertical Fraction template Type -70 Click the Plus or Minus Operator Symbol 2 Click the Square Root template Click the Parentheses Fence template Type 70 Press Click the Superscript template Type 2 Press Type -4 Click the Parentheses Fence template Type 16 Press Click the Parentheses Fence template Type -996 Press Press Press Type 2 Click the Parentheses Fence template Type 16

4. Click outside the equation, in the Word document.

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Guided Practice: 8th Equation 1. Type 8. and press TAB 2. From the Insert menu, click the Object command. Double click Microsoft

Equation 3.0. 3. Create the equation:

From the Style menu, click the Text command (or press CTRL SHIFT E) Type Find From the Style menu, click the Math command (or press CTRL SHIFT

=) Type f

( ) ( ) += xxxff 32 if 3 Find 2 Click the Parentheses Fence template Type -3 Press From the Style menu, click the Text comm

E) Type if From the Style menu, click the Math comm

=) Type f Click the Parentheses Fence template Type x Press Type =2x Click the Superscript template Type 2 Press Type -3x+ Click the Pi (lower case) Greek Character

4. Click outside the equation, in the Word docum

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Guided Practice: 9th Equation 1. Type 9. and press TAB 2. From the Insert menu, click the Object command. Double click Microsoft

Equation 3.0. 3. Create the equation:

Click the Full-size Vertical Fraction template Type 1+ tan

42tan1+ Click the Superscript template Type 2 Press Click the Theta (lower case) Greek Character Press Press Type cos Click the Superscript template Type 2 Press Click the Theta (lower case) Greek Character Press Type = Type sec Click the Superscript template Type 4 Press Click the Theta (lower case) Greek Character

4. Click outside the equation, in the Word document. Pres

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