MathType: Equations in PowerPoint (영문)
2014/03/28 (10:05)
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You've done your research and completed your paper.
Now it is time to present your work!

You've finished your research and you need to present it
Perhaps you need to present your work in PowerPoint using computations and calculations you worked out in various applications. Or say you created a handout for your class using Word and you want to turn it into a PowerPoint slide.

Reuse existing equations -- save time and avoid mistakes
Instead of creating equations from scratch, you can use MathType to extract equations from hundreds of applications and websites such as Mathematica, Maple, Apple Pages 5, Microsoft Office, Wikipedia, and many more.

3 ways to create new equations
If you don't have existing equations you can reuse, MathType offers three approaches to creating equations in your presentations:

  • Interactive: Save time by using point-and-click templates and symbols. MathType applies mathematical spacing rules automatically as you type.
  • Keyboard shortcuts: Great for those who prefer using the keyboard to create equations. Insert a new equation, or edit an existing one, using just a keystroke.
  • TeX/LaTeX input: If you already know the TeX typesetting language, MathType allows you to build equations by typing TeX into MathType's editing window.

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