Tips for Using Microsoft Word Equation
Editor
Dennis Silverman, UC Irvine,
Physics and Astronomy

You get to equation editor by:
InsertObjectMicrosoft Equation 3.0

You can then also check Display Icon
to make an icon on the toolbar.

Pressing F1 while in equation editor
gives the help facility for it.

You can use FormatText to change from
italics to text font.

You can use Size to reset the size
for all equations.

ctrl+G puts the keyboard in greek mode,
and then "a" gives alpha, for one symbol.

ctrl+shift+G puts the keyboard into
capital Greek mode

ctrl+K (none of the letters are capitalized,
just the symbols on the keys) followed by:

T gives the times symbol

I gives infinity

A gives arrow right

D gives partial derivative

< gives less than or equal

> gives greater than or equal

ctrl+H puts you into superscript mode

tab right takes you out

ctrl+L puts you into subscript mode

ctrl+J assigns both a superscript and
a subscript

ctrl+F brings up a fraction pair of
boxes

ctrl+shift+B goes into matrixvector
mode

ctrl+9 or ctrl+0 gives (
)

ctrl+[ gives [ ]

ctrl+{ gives { }

There is another web page for editing
equations in the text itself for Microsoft Word.