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How to import math equations?

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Hi guys,

I need to work on a scientific textbook and would really like to use Publisher for it. However, I don't know how to write or import math equations. The only way I managed to do it was to create a screenshot of my equations in Microsoft Word and then place the equations into Publisher as images. However, this is resulting in a pretty bad quality.

I really would prefer using Publisher. But if this isn't possible, I have to switch to InDesign. I'd be very happy about your help. Thanks in advance!

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Try to export them in some (vector) format acceptable for Publisher.


Best regards,

Petar Petrenko
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On 9/3/2018 at 8:50 AM, Anthonius said:

However, I don't know how to write or import math equations.

Apparently you can use Math Lab in Microsoft Word and then export the equation as PDF.

Alternatively, install LibreOffice and do the math formulas there. You can then export your formulas in PDF and then import them to Publisher.

It works, because I've just tried it.

The best of luck.

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