Microsoft Equation in Word

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  1. Saluki

    Saluki New Member

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    In my chemistry class we're allowed to have a sheet front and back with anything we want on it...I'm in the process right now of putting the conversion factors on it and I keep having to go to insert/object/microsoft equation 3.0. Is there a quick way I can do this or put the equation thing in a tool bar? I'm using Office 2003...
     
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    From a quick google search

    right clicking on the tool bar (or opening the Tools menu) and choosing Customize
    A window will open. Click on the Commands tab if it is not already selected.
    Select Insert on the left and then Equation Editor on the right.
    Click and drag the button beside Equation Editor (a square root symbol with an alpha in it) to the toolbar. From now on, clicking on that button will insert an equation.
     
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    Wow thanks! I was so close I had that window open and everything. Thanks for the quick reply!
     

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