{EMBED Equation.3}?equation editor 
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 {EMBED Equation.3}?equation editor

Greetings,
Microsoft Equation Editor 3.0 has been working fine for months with WORD
2000. That is, when I opened the Editor, the equation toolbar would
appear on the actual document and I could enter the equation and have it
show up WISIWIG style on the document. Suddenly, all that has changed.
Now when I open the Editor, it opens in a separate window into which I
can enter the equation, but when I close the window all that appears in
the document is {EMBED Equation. 3}. The equation does appear in the
print preview, and it does print, but it was sure nice to have it as it
was before. The Editor behaves normally in my old WP. 6.1, as well as in
Excel 2000. The problem seems to be with WORD. Any suggestions would be
greatly (!!!) appreciated.

Thanks, Leon



Thu, 25 Jul 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 {EMBED Equation.3}?equation editor
Leon,

Click on "Tools", "Options" and click on the "View" TAB.  Deselect the "Show
Field Codes" check box.  Click OK.

That'll do it!

Bill Foley
www.pttinc.com

Quote:
> Greetings,
> Microsoft Equation Editor 3.0 has been working fine for months with WORD
> 2000. That is, when I opened the Editor, the equation toolbar would
> appear on the actual document and I could enter the equation and have it
> show up WISIWIG style on the document. Suddenly, all that has changed.
> Now when I open the Editor, it opens in a separate window into which I
> can enter the equation, but when I close the window all that appears in
> the document is {EMBED Equation. 3}. The equation does appear in the
> print preview, and it does print, but it was sure nice to have it as it
> was before. The Editor behaves normally in my old WP. 6.1, as well as in
> Excel 2000. The problem seems to be with WORD. Any suggestions would be
> greatly (!!!) appreciated.

> Thanks, Leon



Thu, 25 Jul 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 {EMBED Equation.3}?equation editor


Quote:

> ...Now when I open the Editor, it opens in a separate window into
> which I can enter the equation, but when I close the window all that
> appears in the document is {EMBED Equation. 3}. The equation does
> appear in the print preview, and it does print...

Leon, for the problem of the equation not showing up in your document,
see our TechNote 73.  To find it, go to http://www.mathtype.com and
click "TechNote Central" in the Support section.

If you want to change Equation Editor back to opening up "in-place"
(instead of in a separate window), this is discussed in our
document "Equation Editor Tips & Tricks," available from our home
page.  It's a matter of choice of course, but the separate window mode
does have its advantages -- not the least of which is being able to
display an equation at 200% or 400% while you're creating or editing
it.  The in-place mode always displays it at 100%.  (With MathType, the
upgrade to Equation Editor, switching from "in-place" to "separate
window" is something you can do from the Preferences menu. <Windows
only>)


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Sun, 04 Aug 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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