Using Research in your everyday life: Math Add-in for Word 2007


I am working on generating some conherent F# articles, a first for me.  In the mean time, I will include a series of article about items on Microsoft Research.

Today, take a look at this paper that an Imagine Cup participant wrote using Word 2007, the Equation Editor and the Microsoft Math Add-in foimager Microsoft Office Word 2007

(You don’t have to purchase the Microsoft Math Graphing Calculator, although it is a good deal, $19.95 US for a graphing calculator that runs on your laptop or desktop!).

Here is the paper by Jared, I had to cut and paste images of the page because of the way the blog engine we use at Microsoft works.  I am impressed by the quality of the layout and that Jared was able to use the Math Add-in tool for Microsoft Word 2007, which is part of the Scholarly Communications component of Microsoft Research.  Jared gave me permission to use his paper.

 

 

 

 

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That’s it!

Comments (1)
  1. HatemAbdelghani says:

    Adding support for Latex in Word will be more effective, since almost all researchers write in Latex.

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