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Old April 1st 05, 04:01 AM
Evan
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i want to type an integral with the upper and lower limits on top of each
other as one character... can i do that in word and how.
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Old April 1st 05, 04:25 AM
Carol
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Yes you can. Highlight the character that you want super or subscripted and
then click on Format|Font and select it there. I hope this has been helpful
to you.

"Evan" wrote:

i want to type an integral with the upper and lower limits on top of each
other as one character... can i do that in word and how.

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Old April 1st 05, 04:41 AM
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The easiest way is to use the built-in Equation Editor.

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Old April 1st 05, 06:19 AM
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"Evan" wrote

i want to type an integral with the upper and lower limits
on top of each
other as one character... can i do that in word and how.


If the integral symbol is all you want then the Equation
Editor is the way to go. If you're trying to do what you say
in the subject line however, I'm not sure you can. (Have a
superscript and a subscript attached to the same letter.)
You can't do it in Word and the Equation Editor is of no
help either so far as I can tell.

It would be useful to be able to write P(52,13) as P
(superscript 52) (subscript 13) with both the 52 and the 13
attached to the P.

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Old April 1st 05, 04:45 PM
Suzanne S. Barnhill
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You most certainly can do this with the Equation Editor. From the EE
toolbar, choose the "Integral templates" palette. The second and third
buttons in the first row of the palette insert integrals with boxes for both
superscript and subscript.

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"Opinicus" wrote in message
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"Evan" wrote

i want to type an integral with the upper and lower limits
on top of each
other as one character... can i do that in word and how.


If the integral symbol is all you want then the Equation
Editor is the way to go. If you're trying to do what you say
in the subject line however, I'm not sure you can. (Have a
superscript and a subscript attached to the same letter.)
You can't do it in Word and the Equation Editor is of no
help either so far as I can tell.

It would be useful to be able to write P(52,13) as P
(superscript 52) (subscript 13) with both the 52 and the 13
attached to the P.

--
Bob

Kanyak's Doghouse
http://www.kanyak.com


 




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