Document Editor allows you to build equations using the built-in templates, edit them, insert special characters (including mathematical operators, Greek letters, accents etc.).
To insert an equation from the gallery,
The selected symbol/equation box will be inserted at the cursor position. If the selected line is empty, the equation will be centered. To align such an equation left or right, click on the equation box and use the or icon at the top toolbar.
Each equation template represents a set of slots. Slot is a position for each element that makes up the equation. An empty slot (also called as a placeholder) has a dotted outline . You need to fill in all the placeholders specifying the necessary values.
Note: to start creating an equation, you can also use the Alt + = keyboard shortcut.
The insertion point specifies where the next character you enter will appear. To position the insertion point precisely, click within a placeholder and use the keyboard arrows to move the insertion point by one character left/right or one line up/down.
If you need to create a new placeholder below the slot with the insertion point within the selected template, press Enter.
Once the insertion point is positioned, you can fill in the placeholder:
To add some new equation elements you can also use the right-click menu options:
Note: currently, equations cannot be entered using the linear format, i.e. \sqrt(4&x^3).
When entering the values of the mathematical expressions, you do not need to use Spacebar as the spaces between the characters and signs of operations are set automatically.
If the equation is too long and does not fit to a single line, automatic line breaking occurs as you type. You can also insert a line break in a specific position by right-clicking on a mathematical operator and selecting the Insert manual break option from the menu. The selected operator will start a new line. Once the manual line break is added, you can press the Tab key to align the new line to any math operator of the previous line. To delete the added manual line break, right-click on the mathematical operator that starts a new line and select the Delete manual break option.
To increase or decrease the equation font size, click anywhere within the equation box and use the and buttons on the top toolbar or select the necessary font size from the list. All the equation elements will change correspondingly.
The letters within the equation are italicized by default. If necessary, you can change the font style (bold, italic, strikeout) or color for a whole equation or its part. The underlined style can be applied to the entire equation only, not to individual characters. Select the necessary part of the equation by clicking and dragging. The selected part will be highlighted blue. Then use the necessary buttons on the top toolbar to format the selection. For example, you can remove the italic format for ordinary words that are not variables or constants.
To modify some equation elements you can also use the right-click menu options:
To align some equation elements you can use the right-click menu options:
To delete a part of the equation, select the part you want to delete by dragging the mouse or holding down the Shift key and using the arrow buttons, then press the Delete key on the keyboard.
A slot can only be deleted together with the template it belongs to.
To delete the entire equation, select it completely by dragging the mouse or double-clicking on the equation box and press the Delete key on the keyboard.
To delete some equation elements you can also use the right-click menu options:
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