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Default How do you work Equation Editor without it removing your Equation

Make it work. i am losing my ever loving mind, and my homework which has to
be done in this format is late. I have been trying to make it work for the
last 4 days and it just wont let me use equation editor. I can type in my
problem but when i go to to go to the next problem it deletes it. Please
some one help me. I have done this question so many times i have every part
of it memorized. including the steps to solve it. I love word when it works
right. This is the first problem i have had with the program.
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I would suggest, for a start, that you display text boundaries so you can
see what you are dealing with. I suspect that you are reselecting the
equation you've just inserted and inserting a new one over it.

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Make it work. i am losing my ever loving mind, and my homework which has

to
be done in this format is late. I have been trying to make it work for the
last 4 days and it just wont let me use equation editor. I can type in my
problem but when i go to to go to the next problem it deletes it. Please
some one help me. I have done this question so many times i have every

part
of it memorized. including the steps to solve it. I love word when it

works
right. This is the first problem i have had with the program.


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Suzanne's suggestion is a good one. Also make sure you're exiting Equation
Editor correctly. After you create your equation, don't copy & paste. You
should exit Equation Editor by either pressing the Esc key on the keyboard
or clicking with the mouse in the document outside of the Equation Editor
box (i.e., the dotted line around your equation).

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On 19-Mar-2006, "Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

I would suggest, for a start, that you display text boundaries so you
can see what you are dealing with. I suspect that you are reselecting
the equation you've just inserted and inserting a new one over it.

"About to have no more Hair!!!!" About to have no more
wrote in message
...
Make it work. i am losing my ever loving mind, and my homework which
has to be done in this format is late. I have been trying to make it
work for the last 4 days and it just wont let me use equation editor. I
can
type in my problem but when i go to to go to the next problem it
deletes
it. Please some one help me. I have done this question so many times i
have every part of it memorized. including the steps to solve it. I
love
word when it works right. This is the first problem i have had with the
program.

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