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  #11  
Old April 21st 09, 04:06 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
TedChicago
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Default MathType Tool Bar does not appear on ribbon of Office 2007 Ult

I have both Office Ultimate 2007 and MathType 6.0. Until today, I had the
MathType tab on my ribbon. Somehow it has disappeared. I followed the
instructions below (downlaod and "re"-install) but no luck. I do have the
tab in PowerPoint, though. Can anyone offer some suggestions? Thanks.
--
Ted in Chicago


"Steven" wrote:

Bob and Herb
I went to MathType, got their phone number and called them concerning this
issue. They said this is a common issue when loading in Ofice 2007 Ultimate
and to do this:
DO NOT UNINSTALL MathType. Go to their website and click on the thirty day
free trial download. Click on the download which will detect if you have
MathType or the Lite version. Click OK and then download and install again
without uninstalling your present copy. Uninstalling your copy of MathType
confuses the MathType downlaod server and causes a lot of peoblems. It is
important not to have any open windows, especially Office programs while
downloading and installing.
Once this is accomplished there is no need to re-boot. Open Word or Excel or
any Office suite program that utilizes MathType and viola! MathType appears
between the Developer and View tabs on the ribbon and is ready to use. I did
these things and now my MathType Lite is on the ribbon and functioning
perfectly.
I'd like to thank both you guys for your assistance and always appreciate
the fact you're here to help. Hope this information is beneficial to you two
and any others who may have experienced the same thing. Thanks again. Steven,
Northglenn, CO
--
That''''''''s it!


"Herb Tyson [MVP]" wrote:

Thanks for the intervention, Bob. If anybody knows about what does and
doesn't work with MathType in Word 2007... you should!

--
Herb Tyson MS MVP
Author of the Word 2007 Bible
Blog: http://word2007bible.herbtyson.com
Web: http://www.herbtyson.com

"Bob Mathews" wrote in message
...
Steven, the Developer tab isn't necessary in order for the MathType
tab to show up, but having it there doesn't hurt anything, so you
don't need to delete it if it isn't in the way.

One thing you said that I need clarification on before we go farther
-- you "had the trial version and let it expire". You never said you
purchased MathType. One of the features that is in the full version of
MathType that isn't in MathType Lite (the expired version) is the
Ribbon tab in Word & PowerPoint 2007. If you've purchased a copy of
MathType, I can help you get the tab back. If you're trying to find
the tab with the expired version, there's nothing we can do to get it
back short of purchasing a product key. You should still be able to
use MathType Lite in Word 2007 by going to the Insert tab, and in the
Text group, click on Object. MathType Lite should be in there.

--
Bob Mathews
Director of Training
Design Science, Inc.
bobm at dessci.com
http://www.dessci.com/free.asp?free=news
FREE fully-functional 30-day evaluation of MathType
MathType, WebEQ, MathPlayer, MathFlow, Equation Editor

On 28-Aug-2008, Steven wrote:

I appreciated your comments Bob. I loaded the Developer tab onto
the ribbon and still noted there is no MathType tab. One thing; I
had the trial version and let it expire. When this happens you are
allowed to keep a modified version minus a few bells and whistles.
I am currently a university student and am in two math classes on
line. I have to turn in a test this Sunday and am desperate to find
the MathType somewhere on my computer so I can see what
version it is. I've only had it for one month so I am assuming it is
at least Math 6. What do you think? Could you tell me where I can
locate it since it's not on my Word screen? Also, I read the install
instructions very carefully when I installed MathType and had to go
into Ofice 2003 and do some stuff I can't remember the first time it
loaded. Since it works so very well I assumed I followed all
directions on the initial install.


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  #12  
Old April 21st 09, 06:36 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
Graham Mayor
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Posts: 19,312
Default MathType Tool Bar does not appear on ribbon of Office 2007 Ult

Word Options Add-ins Manage COM add-ins and check that it has not been
disabled. If it has, re-enable it.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org



TedChicago wrote:
I have both Office Ultimate 2007 and MathType 6.0. Until today, I had
the MathType tab on my ribbon. Somehow it has disappeared. I
followed the instructions below (downlaod and "re"-install) but no
luck. I do have the tab in PowerPoint, though. Can anyone offer some
suggestions? Thanks.

Bob and Herb
I went to MathType, got their phone number and called them
concerning this issue. They said this is a common issue when loading
in Ofice 2007 Ultimate and to do this:
DO NOT UNINSTALL MathType. Go to their website and click on the
thirty day free trial download. Click on the download which will
detect if you have MathType or the Lite version. Click OK and then
download and install again without uninstalling your present copy.
Uninstalling your copy of MathType confuses the MathType downlaod
server and causes a lot of peoblems. It is important not to have any
open windows, especially Office programs while downloading and
installing.
Once this is accomplished there is no need to re-boot. Open Word or
Excel or any Office suite program that utilizes MathType and viola!
MathType appears between the Developer and View tabs on the ribbon
and is ready to use. I did these things and now my MathType Lite is
on the ribbon and functioning perfectly.
I'd like to thank both you guys for your assistance and always
appreciate the fact you're here to help. Hope this information is
beneficial to you two and any others who may have experienced the
same thing. Thanks again. Steven, Northglenn, CO
--
That''''''''s it!


"Herb Tyson [MVP]" wrote:

Thanks for the intervention, Bob. If anybody knows about what does
and doesn't work with MathType in Word 2007... you should!

--
Herb Tyson MS MVP
Author of the Word 2007 Bible
Blog: http://word2007bible.herbtyson.com
Web: http://www.herbtyson.com

"Bob Mathews" wrote in message
...
Steven, the Developer tab isn't necessary in order for the MathType
tab to show up, but having it there doesn't hurt anything, so you
don't need to delete it if it isn't in the way.

One thing you said that I need clarification on before we go
farther -- you "had the trial version and let it expire". You
never said you purchased MathType. One of the features that is in
the full version of MathType that isn't in MathType Lite (the
expired version) is the Ribbon tab in Word & PowerPoint 2007. If
you've purchased a copy of MathType, I can help you get the tab
back. If you're trying to find the tab with the expired version,
there's nothing we can do to get it back short of purchasing a
product key. You should still be able to use MathType Lite in Word
2007 by going to the Insert tab, and in the Text group, click on
Object. MathType Lite should be in there.

--
Bob Mathews
Director of Training
Design Science, Inc.
bobm at dessci.com
http://www.dessci.com/free.asp?free=news
FREE fully-functional 30-day evaluation of MathType
MathType, WebEQ, MathPlayer, MathFlow, Equation Editor

On 28-Aug-2008, Steven wrote:

I appreciated your comments Bob. I loaded the Developer tab onto
the ribbon and still noted there is no MathType tab. One thing; I
had the trial version and let it expire. When this happens you are
allowed to keep a modified version minus a few bells and whistles.
I am currently a university student and am in two math classes on
line. I have to turn in a test this Sunday and am desperate to
find the MathType somewhere on my computer so I can see what
version it is. I've only had it for one month so I am assuming it
is at least Math 6. What do you think? Could you tell me where I
can locate it since it's not on my Word screen? Also, I read the
install instructions very carefully when I installed MathType and
had to go into Ofice 2003 and do some stuff I can't remember the
first time it loaded. Since it works so very well I assumed I
followed all directions on the initial install.



  #13  
Old April 18th 10, 11:41 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
Sara
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 38
Default MathType Tool Bar does not appear on ribbon of Office 2007 Ult

I was having a similar problem...no MathType tab. When I went to Word
Options Add-ins I noticed that under "Disabled Application Add-Ins" was
listed "MathType Commands 6 for Word". When I clicked "Go" next to Manage
COM Add-Ins, Aware MS Office Addin was the only available option and it was
checked. Below, it said "Load Behavior: Not loaded. A runtime error occured
during the loading of the COM add-in". Clicking "OK" seemed to do nothing.

However, when I went to Word Options Add-Ins Manage: Templates (instead
of "COM Add-Ins"), I had the option to check "Microsoft Commands 6 for Word"
which had previously been unchecked. That seemed to work for me.


"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Word Options Add-ins Manage COM add-ins and check that it has not been
disabled. If it has, re-enable it.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org



TedChicago wrote:
I have both Office Ultimate 2007 and MathType 6.0. Until today, I had
the MathType tab on my ribbon. Somehow it has disappeared. I
followed the instructions below (downlaod and "re"-install) but no
luck. I do have the tab in PowerPoint, though. Can anyone offer some
suggestions? Thanks.

Bob and Herb
I went to MathType, got their phone number and called them
concerning this issue. They said this is a common issue when loading
in Ofice 2007 Ultimate and to do this:
DO NOT UNINSTALL MathType. Go to their website and click on the
thirty day free trial download. Click on the download which will
detect if you have MathType or the Lite version. Click OK and then
download and install again without uninstalling your present copy.
Uninstalling your copy of MathType confuses the MathType downlaod
server and causes a lot of peoblems. It is important not to have any
open windows, especially Office programs while downloading and
installing.
Once this is accomplished there is no need to re-boot. Open Word or
Excel or any Office suite program that utilizes MathType and viola!
MathType appears between the Developer and View tabs on the ribbon
and is ready to use. I did these things and now my MathType Lite is
on the ribbon and functioning perfectly.
I'd like to thank both you guys for your assistance and always
appreciate the fact you're here to help. Hope this information is
beneficial to you two and any others who may have experienced the
same thing. Thanks again. Steven, Northglenn, CO
--
That''''''''s it!


"Herb Tyson [MVP]" wrote:

Thanks for the intervention, Bob. If anybody knows about what does
and doesn't work with MathType in Word 2007... you should!

--
Herb Tyson MS MVP
Author of the Word 2007 Bible
Blog: http://word2007bible.herbtyson.com
Web: http://www.herbtyson.com

"Bob Mathews" wrote in message
...
Steven, the Developer tab isn't necessary in order for the MathType
tab to show up, but having it there doesn't hurt anything, so you
don't need to delete it if it isn't in the way.

One thing you said that I need clarification on before we go
farther -- you "had the trial version and let it expire". You
never said you purchased MathType. One of the features that is in
the full version of MathType that isn't in MathType Lite (the
expired version) is the Ribbon tab in Word & PowerPoint 2007. If
you've purchased a copy of MathType, I can help you get the tab
back. If you're trying to find the tab with the expired version,
there's nothing we can do to get it back short of purchasing a
product key. You should still be able to use MathType Lite in Word
2007 by going to the Insert tab, and in the Text group, click on
Object. MathType Lite should be in there.

--
Bob Mathews
Director of Training
Design Science, Inc.
bobm at dessci.com
http://www.dessci.com/free.asp?free=news
FREE fully-functional 30-day evaluation of MathType
MathType, WebEQ, MathPlayer, MathFlow, Equation Editor

On 28-Aug-2008, Steven wrote:

I appreciated your comments Bob. I loaded the Developer tab onto
the ribbon and still noted there is no MathType tab. One thing; I
had the trial version and let it expire. When this happens you are
allowed to keep a modified version minus a few bells and whistles.
I am currently a university student and am in two math classes on
line. I have to turn in a test this Sunday and am desperate to
find the MathType somewhere on my computer so I can see what
version it is. I've only had it for one month so I am assuming it
is at least Math 6. What do you think? Could you tell me where I
can locate it since it's not on my Word screen? Also, I read the
install instructions very carefully when I installed MathType and
had to go into Ofice 2003 and do some stuff I can't remember the
first time it loaded. Since it works so very well I assumed I
followed all directions on the initial install.




  #14  
Old April 18th 10, 11:41 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
Sara
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 38
Default MathType Tool Bar does not appear on ribbon of Office 2007 Ult

I was having a similar problem...no MathType tab. When I went to Word
Options Add-ins I noticed that under "Disabled Application Add-Ins" was
listed "MathType Commands 6 for Word". When I clicked "Go" next to Manage
COM Add-Ins, Aware MS Office Addin was the only available option and it was
checked. Below, it said "Load Behavior: Not loaded. A runtime error occured
during the loading of the COM add-in". Clicking "OK" seemed to do nothing.

However, when I went to Word Options Add-Ins Manage: Templates (instead
of "COM Add-Ins"), I had the option to check "Microsoft Commands 6 for Word"
which had previously been unchecked. That seemed to work for me.


"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Word Options Add-ins Manage COM add-ins and check that it has not been
disabled. If it has, re-enable it.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org



TedChicago wrote:
I have both Office Ultimate 2007 and MathType 6.0. Until today, I had
the MathType tab on my ribbon. Somehow it has disappeared. I
followed the instructions below (downlaod and "re"-install) but no
luck. I do have the tab in PowerPoint, though. Can anyone offer some
suggestions? Thanks.

Bob and Herb
I went to MathType, got their phone number and called them
concerning this issue. They said this is a common issue when loading
in Ofice 2007 Ultimate and to do this:
DO NOT UNINSTALL MathType. Go to their website and click on the
thirty day free trial download. Click on the download which will
detect if you have MathType or the Lite version. Click OK and then
download and install again without uninstalling your present copy.
Uninstalling your copy of MathType confuses the MathType downlaod
server and causes a lot of peoblems. It is important not to have any
open windows, especially Office programs while downloading and
installing.
Once this is accomplished there is no need to re-boot. Open Word or
Excel or any Office suite program that utilizes MathType and viola!
MathType appears between the Developer and View tabs on the ribbon
and is ready to use. I did these things and now my MathType Lite is
on the ribbon and functioning perfectly.
I'd like to thank both you guys for your assistance and always
appreciate the fact you're here to help. Hope this information is
beneficial to you two and any others who may have experienced the
same thing. Thanks again. Steven, Northglenn, CO
--
That''''''''s it!


"Herb Tyson [MVP]" wrote:

Thanks for the intervention, Bob. If anybody knows about what does
and doesn't work with MathType in Word 2007... you should!

--
Herb Tyson MS MVP
Author of the Word 2007 Bible
Blog: http://word2007bible.herbtyson.com
Web: http://www.herbtyson.com

"Bob Mathews" wrote in message
...
Steven, the Developer tab isn't necessary in order for the MathType
tab to show up, but having it there doesn't hurt anything, so you
don't need to delete it if it isn't in the way.

One thing you said that I need clarification on before we go
farther -- you "had the trial version and let it expire". You
never said you purchased MathType. One of the features that is in
the full version of MathType that isn't in MathType Lite (the
expired version) is the Ribbon tab in Word & PowerPoint 2007. If
you've purchased a copy of MathType, I can help you get the tab
back. If you're trying to find the tab with the expired version,
there's nothing we can do to get it back short of purchasing a
product key. You should still be able to use MathType Lite in Word
2007 by going to the Insert tab, and in the Text group, click on
Object. MathType Lite should be in there.

--
Bob Mathews
Director of Training
Design Science, Inc.
bobm at dessci.com
http://www.dessci.com/free.asp?free=news
FREE fully-functional 30-day evaluation of MathType
MathType, WebEQ, MathPlayer, MathFlow, Equation Editor

On 28-Aug-2008, Steven wrote:

I appreciated your comments Bob. I loaded the Developer tab onto
the ribbon and still noted there is no MathType tab. One thing; I
had the trial version and let it expire. When this happens you are
allowed to keep a modified version minus a few bells and whistles.
I am currently a university student and am in two math classes on
line. I have to turn in a test this Sunday and am desperate to
find the MathType somewhere on my computer so I can see what
version it is. I've only had it for one month so I am assuming it
is at least Math 6. What do you think? Could you tell me where I
can locate it since it's not on my Word screen? Also, I read the
install instructions very carefully when I installed MathType and
had to go into Ofice 2003 and do some stuff I can't remember the
first time it loaded. Since it works so very well I assumed I
followed all directions on the initial install.




  #15  
Old April 30th 10, 11:49 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
MathType Support
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 2
Default MathType Tool Bar does not appear on ribbon of Office 2007 Ult

Hi,
The Microsoft Auto-updates at times will turn off the add-ins but fail to
turn them back on when they complete their task. Here’s what to do;

1. Open Word.
2. From the Office button (top-left) choose Word Options
3. In the resulting window, on the left side click on Add-ins
4. At the bottom of the window, from the drop-down menu choose Word Add-ins
and click Go.
5. In the resulting window the following files must be checked;
-- MathType commands 6 for Word.dotm
-- MathPage.wll
-- Word Cmds.dot
6. Click OK

That should do it.

Jamie Gutierrez
Technical Support
Design Science, Inc.
140 Pine Avenue, 4th Floor
Long Beach, California 90802
USA

Tel: (562) 432-2920
Fax: (562) 432-2857


www.dessci.com

Many commonly reported problems are addressed on our website. You may view
our Technical Support Notices at
http://dessci.com/en/support/mathtype/tncentral.htm


"Sara" wrote:

I was having a similar problem...no MathType tab. When I went to Word
Options Add-ins I noticed that under "Disabled Application Add-Ins" was
listed "MathType Commands 6 for Word". When I clicked "Go" next to Manage
COM Add-Ins, Aware MS Office Addin was the only available option and it was
checked. Below, it said "Load Behavior: Not loaded. A runtime error occured
during the loading of the COM add-in". Clicking "OK" seemed to do nothing.

However, when I went to Word Options Add-Ins Manage: Templates (instead
of "COM Add-Ins"), I had the option to check "Microsoft Commands 6 for Word"
which had previously been unchecked. That seemed to work for me.


"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Word Options Add-ins Manage COM add-ins and check that it has not been
disabled. If it has, re-enable it.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org



TedChicago wrote:
I have both Office Ultimate 2007 and MathType 6.0. Until today, I had
the MathType tab on my ribbon. Somehow it has disappeared. I
followed the instructions below (downlaod and "re"-install) but no
luck. I do have the tab in PowerPoint, though. Can anyone offer some
suggestions? Thanks.

Bob and Herb
I went to MathType, got their phone number and called them
concerning this issue. They said this is a common issue when loading
in Ofice 2007 Ultimate and to do this:
DO NOT UNINSTALL MathType. Go to their website and click on the
thirty day free trial download. Click on the download which will
detect if you have MathType or the Lite version. Click OK and then
download and install again without uninstalling your present copy.
Uninstalling your copy of MathType confuses the MathType downlaod
server and causes a lot of peoblems. It is important not to have any
open windows, especially Office programs while downloading and
installing.
Once this is accomplished there is no need to re-boot. Open Word or
Excel or any Office suite program that utilizes MathType and viola!
MathType appears between the Developer and View tabs on the ribbon
and is ready to use. I did these things and now my MathType Lite is
on the ribbon and functioning perfectly.
I'd like to thank both you guys for your assistance and always
appreciate the fact you're here to help. Hope this information is
beneficial to you two and any others who may have experienced the
same thing. Thanks again. Steven, Northglenn, CO
--
That''''''''s it!


"Herb Tyson [MVP]" wrote:

Thanks for the intervention, Bob. If anybody knows about what does
and doesn't work with MathType in Word 2007... you should!

--
Herb Tyson MS MVP
Author of the Word 2007 Bible
Blog: http://word2007bible.herbtyson.com
Web: http://www.herbtyson.com

"Bob Mathews" wrote in message
...
Steven, the Developer tab isn't necessary in order for the MathType
tab to show up, but having it there doesn't hurt anything, so you
don't need to delete it if it isn't in the way.

One thing you said that I need clarification on before we go
farther -- you "had the trial version and let it expire". You
never said you purchased MathType. One of the features that is in
the full version of MathType that isn't in MathType Lite (the
expired version) is the Ribbon tab in Word & PowerPoint 2007. If
you've purchased a copy of MathType, I can help you get the tab
back. If you're trying to find the tab with the expired version,
there's nothing we can do to get it back short of purchasing a
product key. You should still be able to use MathType Lite in Word
2007 by going to the Insert tab, and in the Text group, click on
Object. MathType Lite should be in there.

--
Bob Mathews
Director of Training
Design Science, Inc.
bobm at dessci.com
http://www.dessci.com/free.asp?free=news
FREE fully-functional 30-day evaluation of MathType
MathType, WebEQ, MathPlayer, MathFlow, Equation Editor

On 28-Aug-2008, Steven wrote:

I appreciated your comments Bob. I loaded the Developer tab onto
the ribbon and still noted there is no MathType tab. One thing; I
had the trial version and let it expire. When this happens you are
allowed to keep a modified version minus a few bells and whistles.
I am currently a university student and am in two math classes on
line. I have to turn in a test this Sunday and am desperate to
find the MathType somewhere on my computer so I can see what
version it is. I've only had it for one month so I am assuming it
is at least Math 6. What do you think? Could you tell me where I
can locate it since it's not on my Word screen? Also, I read the
install instructions very carefully when I installed MathType and
had to go into Ofice 2003 and do some stuff I can't remember the
first time it loaded. Since it works so very well I assumed I
followed all directions on the initial install.




  #16  
Old April 30th 10, 11:49 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
MathType Support
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 2
Default MathType Tool Bar does not appear on ribbon of Office 2007 Ult

Hi,
The Microsoft Auto-updates at times will turn off the add-ins but fail to
turn them back on when they complete their task. Here’s what to do;

1. Open Word.
2. From the Office button (top-left) choose Word Options
3. In the resulting window, on the left side click on Add-ins
4. At the bottom of the window, from the drop-down menu choose Word Add-ins
and click Go.
5. In the resulting window the following files must be checked;
-- MathType commands 6 for Word.dotm
-- MathPage.wll
-- Word Cmds.dot
6. Click OK

That should do it.

Jamie Gutierrez
Technical Support
Design Science, Inc.
140 Pine Avenue, 4th Floor
Long Beach, California 90802
USA

Tel: (562) 432-2920
Fax: (562) 432-2857


www.dessci.com

Many commonly reported problems are addressed on our website. You may view
our Technical Support Notices at
http://dessci.com/en/support/mathtype/tncentral.htm


"Sara" wrote:

I was having a similar problem...no MathType tab. When I went to Word
Options Add-ins I noticed that under "Disabled Application Add-Ins" was
listed "MathType Commands 6 for Word". When I clicked "Go" next to Manage
COM Add-Ins, Aware MS Office Addin was the only available option and it was
checked. Below, it said "Load Behavior: Not loaded. A runtime error occured
during the loading of the COM add-in". Clicking "OK" seemed to do nothing.

However, when I went to Word Options Add-Ins Manage: Templates (instead
of "COM Add-Ins"), I had the option to check "Microsoft Commands 6 for Word"
which had previously been unchecked. That seemed to work for me.


"Graham Mayor" wrote:

Word Options Add-ins Manage COM add-ins and check that it has not been
disabled. If it has, re-enable it.

--

Graham Mayor - Word MVP

My web site www.gmayor.com
Word MVP web site http://word.mvps.org



TedChicago wrote:
I have both Office Ultimate 2007 and MathType 6.0. Until today, I had
the MathType tab on my ribbon. Somehow it has disappeared. I
followed the instructions below (downlaod and "re"-install) but no
luck. I do have the tab in PowerPoint, though. Can anyone offer some
suggestions? Thanks.

Bob and Herb
I went to MathType, got their phone number and called them
concerning this issue. They said this is a common issue when loading
in Ofice 2007 Ultimate and to do this:
DO NOT UNINSTALL MathType. Go to their website and click on the
thirty day free trial download. Click on the download which will
detect if you have MathType or the Lite version. Click OK and then
download and install again without uninstalling your present copy.
Uninstalling your copy of MathType confuses the MathType downlaod
server and causes a lot of peoblems. It is important not to have any
open windows, especially Office programs while downloading and
installing.
Once this is accomplished there is no need to re-boot. Open Word or
Excel or any Office suite program that utilizes MathType and viola!
MathType appears between the Developer and View tabs on the ribbon
and is ready to use. I did these things and now my MathType Lite is
on the ribbon and functioning perfectly.
I'd like to thank both you guys for your assistance and always
appreciate the fact you're here to help. Hope this information is
beneficial to you two and any others who may have experienced the
same thing. Thanks again. Steven, Northglenn, CO
--
That''''''''s it!


"Herb Tyson [MVP]" wrote:

Thanks for the intervention, Bob. If anybody knows about what does
and doesn't work with MathType in Word 2007... you should!

--
Herb Tyson MS MVP
Author of the Word 2007 Bible
Blog: http://word2007bible.herbtyson.com
Web: http://www.herbtyson.com

"Bob Mathews" wrote in message
...
Steven, the Developer tab isn't necessary in order for the MathType
tab to show up, but having it there doesn't hurt anything, so you
don't need to delete it if it isn't in the way.

One thing you said that I need clarification on before we go
farther -- you "had the trial version and let it expire". You
never said you purchased MathType. One of the features that is in
the full version of MathType that isn't in MathType Lite (the
expired version) is the Ribbon tab in Word & PowerPoint 2007. If
you've purchased a copy of MathType, I can help you get the tab
back. If you're trying to find the tab with the expired version,
there's nothing we can do to get it back short of purchasing a
product key. You should still be able to use MathType Lite in Word
2007 by going to the Insert tab, and in the Text group, click on
Object. MathType Lite should be in there.

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Design Science, Inc.
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On 28-Aug-2008, Steven wrote:

I appreciated your comments Bob. I loaded the Developer tab onto
the ribbon and still noted there is no MathType tab. One thing; I
had the trial version and let it expire. When this happens you are
allowed to keep a modified version minus a few bells and whistles.
I am currently a university student and am in two math classes on
line. I have to turn in a test this Sunday and am desperate to
find the MathType somewhere on my computer so I can see what
version it is. I've only had it for one month so I am assuming it
is at least Math 6. What do you think? Could you tell me where I
can locate it since it's not on my Word screen? Also, I read the
install instructions very carefully when I installed MathType and
had to go into Ofice 2003 and do some stuff I can't remember the
first time it loaded. Since it works so very well I assumed I
followed all directions on the initial install.




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Default MathType Tool Bar does not appear on ribbon of Office 2007 Ultimat

On Friday, August 29, 2008 at 12:36:01 PM UTC+12, Steven wrote:
I upgraded to Office 2007 Ultimate today from Office 2003. I had MathType
loaded in old Office and it was supposed to appear as a ribbon item after I
upgraded today. I can't find it anywhere but if I load an old math paper
already completed and right click to edit, a very small task bar appears
minus the work table and I have to accomplish my work on the sheet. Can
anyone tell me where my MathType tool bar went to? I've read all the posts
and see over and over that it is supposed to be on the ribbon but it isn't.
Thanks for listening.
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That''''''''s it!


I have the same problem. It allows me to put it back in again - and I need it to reformat the equations since that other random problem happens where the equations change size. Anyway I put it back in and it disappears again next time I boot word. Microsoft crap or is it mathtype crap, I don't know
 




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