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Antony Lewis



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PostPosted: July 04 2010  Reply with quote

For anyone who uses PowerPoint but doesn't know, the new 2010 version finally adds the workable equation editing system from Word 2007 to PowerPoint. e.g. Alt+= followed by typing 1/(x^3+\alpha)^2 converts the input into the correctly formatted embedded equation \frac{1}{(x^3+\alpha)^2}.

Staff and students in the UK can get it at a good price at

http://www.microsoft.com/student/office/en-gb/default.aspx
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