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Can the calculator that comes with XP be used to interface with the Equation
Editor in Word 2007? I have to be able to copy and paste answers from the
calculator into the Equation Editor.
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On Wed, 17 Oct 2007 14:10:05 -0700, Lara
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Can the calculator that comes with XP be used to interface with the Equation
Editor in Word 2007? I have to be able to copy and paste answers from the
calculator into the Equation Editor.


Yes, of course it works. In fact, it's such a trivial thing to try it
that I'm surprised you needed to ask.

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