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Use of MathType software with MSWord

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Use of MathType software with MSWord

  1. 1. Equation Numbering • The equation numbering commands allow you to insert equation numbers in a Word document in a variety of formats. You can also insert references to these numbers; both numbers and references are automatically updated whenever you add new equation numbers to the document. Equation references can also be placed in footnotes and endnotes. • The equation numbers are quite separate from equations in a Word document; if you delete an equation its equation number (if any) is not automatically deleted. Similarly, an equation reference is actually a reference to an equation number, rather than a reference to the equation itself.
  2. 2. Differentiate the following with respect to x ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) 2 1 sin log 1 sin 1 sin let log 1 sin log(1 sin ) log(1 sin ) log 1 sin log 1 sin 1 1 cos cos 1 sin 1 sin cos 1 sin cos 1 sin 1 sin 1 sin cos cos sin cos cos sin 1 sin x x x y x x x dy d d x x dx dx dx x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x + − +  =  ÷ −  = + − − = + − −     = − − ÷  ÷ + −    − + + = + − − + + = − 2 2cos 2sec 1 sin x x x x = = −
  3. 3. MathType Window Environment MathType Window and Equation Key Board Short Cuts MS Word and Equation Numbering
  4. 4. MathType Menu MathType Tool Bar
  5. 5. Menu Bar Symbol Palette Template Palette Large Tabbed Bar Small Bar Small Tabbed Bar Tab Settings Ruler Status Bar Tabs Handle
  6. 6. Empty slot A slot waiting to accept text, number, symbol, Template etc Parts of Equation Templates
  7. 7. Insertion Point A blinking horizontal and vertical line or cursor Parts of Equation Template
  8. 8. Selection Highlighted part to be Edited Parts of Equation Template
  9. 9. Status Bar Status Bar Contains Four Areas
  10. 10. Status Bar When you move the mouse pointer in the MathType Window the Status Bar Display changes temporarily The Mouse Pointer is on the Matrix Template The Status Bar text is -
  11. 11. Status Bar By right clicking on the status bar, You can customise it temporarily Color slot is right clicked. Blue color is set. Color of the equation is blue
  12. 12. Status Bar What you should next At Times it tells you - Work, it has carried out
  13. 13. TOOLBAR Normally the toolbar is docked like this
  14. 14. TOOLBAR By clicking on the handle, you can drag and place it anywhere in the window
  15. 15. MathType Window and Equation
  16. 16. MathType Window and Equation • Typing the Equation • Editing the equation • Spacing and Alignment • Formatting with Tabs • Text in Equation • Inserting a Template in an Empty Slot • Customising ToolBars • Add Special Symbols to Equation Editor
  17. 17. Typing the Equation 21 12 sin tany x c xµ= − ±
  18. 18. Activate the MathType Window Click the button
  19. 19. Activate the MathType Window Select Sub-Menu
  20. 20. Cursor Blinking
  21. 21. Typing the Equation
  22. 22. Typing the Equation y =
  23. 23. Typing the Equation
  24. 24. Typing the Equation y =
  25. 25. Typing the Equation
  26. 26. Typing the Equation 1 12y =
  27. 27. Typing the Equation 1 12y =
  28. 28. Typing the Equation 1 12y si=
  29. 29. Typing the Equation 1 12 siny x=
  30. 30. Typing the Equation 1 12 siny x c= −
  31. 31. Typing the Equation Ctrl + H
  32. 32. Typing the Equation 21 12 sin tany x c xµ= − ± Insert from Template (or) ctrl + G , m
  33. 33. Typing the Equation • Open MS Word • Click the Insert Display Equation • MathType Window opens • Type the equation using the proper templates • Remember Your spacebar is inactive
  34. 34. Typing the Equation • Editor knows where to leave space • Editor knows what are variables • Editor knows what are texts
  35. 35. Editing the Equation • Editing arises – • When you commit a mistake • When you try to modify an equation • When you try to use a segment of an equation in another place
  36. 36. Editing the Equation
  37. 37. Editing the Equation
  38. 38. Editing the Equation
  39. 39. Editing the Equation
  40. 40. Editing the Equation 2 2 21 1 1 1 n x n i x nxσ =   = −    ∑ 2 2 21 1 1 1 n x n i x nxσ =   −    ∑ You haven’t put = sign Type = sign
  41. 41. Editing the Equation ( ) 31 4 4 2 4 1 2 3 x I dx x x + + = + − ∫ ( ) 31 2 5 2 4 1 7 x I dx x x + + = + − ∫ There are only a few differences between the two equations
  42. 42. Editing the Equation ( )( ) ( ) ( ) 2 22 2 n xy x y r n x x n y y − =    − −       ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ( )( ) ( ) ( ) 2 22 2 n xy x y r n x x n y y − =    − −       ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ ∑ Select & Copy Paste & Edit
  43. 43. Editing the Equation • Press the Tab Key to move in the clockwise direction to different positions or Slots • Press Shift + Tab Key to move in the anti- clockwise direction • If you notice slating lines across your equation - you haven’t come out of the Math Window after editing
  44. 44. Spacing and Alignment
  45. 45. Spacing and Alignment ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) 1 0 1 0 lim limsup , a n n n a x dx a a x b x dx a b φ ψ →∞ →∞ ≤ ≤ ∫ ∫
  46. 46. Spacing and Alignment ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) 1 0 1 0 lim limsup , a n n n a x dx a a x b x dx a b φ ψ →∞ →∞ ≤ ≤ ∫ ∫
  47. 47. Spacing and Alignment ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) 1 0 1 0 limsup limsup , n n n n a x dx a a x b x dx a b φ ψ →∞ →∞ ≤ ≤ ∫ ∫ Type the First Equation – Choose the Align at = sub menu from the Format Menu – Type the Second Equation
  48. 48. Spacing and Alignment Zero SpaceOne Point SpaceThin SpaceThick SpaceEm Space
  49. 49. Formatting With Tabs
  50. 50. Formatting With Tabs
  51. 51. ( ) 1 9.76 when is even 14.3 when is add k n x n c x x n + =   Formatting With Tabs
  52. 52. Type the expression on the left –hand side
  53. 53. From the drop down choose left brace
  54. 54. Type the right side expression using the empty slot
  55. 55. After x Press Ctrl + Tab to effect Tab Format Choose TEXT Sub-Menu From the STYLE Menu to Type
  56. 56. At the end press ENTER key to have the next expression within the Brace
  57. 57. At the end press ENTER key to have the next expression within the Brace
  58. 58. Place the Insertion Point somewhere to the right of the Tab Mark
  59. 59. Click This Tab
  60. 60. Click in this area Exactly Here in this case A Left justification is made.
  61. 61. If you want Right Justification at x You can go for a Right Justification By creating Tab Marks Just at the beginning of the expressions ( ) 1 9.76 when n is even 14.3 when n is add k n x c x x + =  
  62. 62. Click This Tab
  63. 63. Click in this area Exactly Here in this case A Right justification is made.
  64. 64. If you want decimal point justification You can go for decimal Justification By creating Tab Marks Just at the beginning of the expressions ( ) 1 9.76 when n is even 14.3 when n is add k n x c x x + =  
  65. 65. Click This Tab
  66. 66. Click in this area A Decimal justification is made. Exactly here in this case
  67. 67. ( ) 1 9.76 when is even 14.3 when is add k n x n c x x n + =   Formatting With Tabs
  68. 68. ( ) { 1 9.76 when is evenn kc x x n= + Formatting With Tabs
  69. 69. ( ) { 1 9.76 when is evenn kc x x n= + Formatting With Tabs
  70. 70. ( ) 1 9.76 when is even 14.3 when is add k n x n c x x n + =   Formatting With Tabs
  71. 71. ( ) 1 9.76 when is even 14.3 when is add k n x n c x x n + =   Formatting With Tabs
  72. 72. ( ) 1 9.76 when is even 14.3 when is add k n x n c x x n + =   Formatting With Tabs
  73. 73. Text in Equation ( ) ( ) ( ) Prob Probability that and occur Prob / Prob Probability that occurs A B A B B ∩ = = both A B B ( ) ( ) ( ) Pr Pr Pr / Pr Pr ob obability that both and occur ob ob obability that occurs ∩ = = A B A B A B B B Keep Typing inserting Templates and creating spaces using Ctrl + Space Bar
  74. 74. Text in Equation ( ) ( ) ( ) Prob Probability that and occur Prob / Prob Probability that occurs A B A B B ∩ = = both A B B ( ) ( ) ( ) Pr Pr Pr / Pr Pr ob obability that both and occur ob ob obability that occurs ∩ = = A B A B A B B B Before Typing these characters Press Ctrl + B
  75. 75. Text in Equation ( ) ( ) ( ) Prob Probability that and occur Prob / Prob Probability that occurs A B A B B ∩ = = both A B B ( ) ( ) ( ) Pr Pr Pr / Pr Pr ob obability that both and occur ob ob obability that occurs ∩ = = A B A B A B B B All other Characters as variables It assumes Pr as Probability Function
  76. 76. Text in Equation ( ) ( ) ( ) Prob Probability that and occur Prob / Prob Probability that occurs A B A B B ∩ = = both A B B ( ) ( ) ( ) Pr Pr Pr / Pr Pr ob obability that both and occur ob ob obability that occurs ∩ = = A B A B A B B B
  77. 77. Text in Equation ( ) ( ) ( ) Prob Probability that and occur Prob / Prob Probability that occurs A B A B B ∩ = = both A B B ( ) ( ) ( ) Pr Pr Pr / Pr Pr ob obability that both and occur ob ob obability that occurs ∩ = = A B A B A B B B
  78. 78. Text in Equation ( ) ( ) ( ) Prob Probability that and occur Prob / Prob Probability that occurs A B A B B ∩ = = both A B B ( ) ( ) ( ) Pr Pr Pr / Pr Pr ob obability that both and occur ob ob obability that occurs ∩ = = A B A B A B B B
  79. 79. Inserting a Template in an Empty Slot ( ) ( ) 11 12 21 22 det a a p b a a λ λ λ λ − −  = − =  ÷ − −  I A
  80. 80. Inserting a Template in an Empty Slot ( ) ( ) ( )detp bλ λ= − =I A Ctrl + )
  81. 81. Inserting a Template in an Empty Slot ( ) ( ) ( )detp bλ λ= − =I A Empty Slot
  82. 82. Inserting a Template in an Empty Slot ( ) ( ) ( )detp bλ λ= − =I A
  83. 83. Inserting a Template in an Empty Slot ( ) ( )detp bλ λ   = − =  ÷   I A
  84. 84. Inserting a Template in an Empty Slot ( ) ( ) 11 12 21 22 det a a p b a a λ λ λ λ − −  = − =  ÷ − −  I A
  85. 85. Inserting a Template in an Empty Slot ( ) ( ) 11 12 21 22 det a a p b a a λ λ λ λ − −  = − =  ÷ − −  I A
  86. 86. Customising Toolbars
  87. 87. Customising Toolbars You Want to move this Template Here
  88. 88. Customising Toolbars Press the Alt Key and Click on the symbol. Hold the button and drag it to the spot
  89. 89. Customising Toolbars
  90. 90. Customising Toolbars Want to have the Frequently used Equation here
  91. 91. Customising Toolbars
  92. 92. Customising Toolbars Temporarily it resides here
  93. 93. Add Special Symbols to Equations
  94. 94. Add Special Symbols to Equations
  95. 95. Add Special Symbols to Equations
  96. 96. MS Word and Equation Numbering
  97. 97. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using (1.3) we can show that 2 cos 2 1 sin 2θ θ= −
  98. 98. Type the text We have two basic equations now:
  99. 99. We have two basic equations now :
  100. 100. Choose From MathType Menu Insert Right Numbered Display Equation
  101. 101. Choose From MathType Tool Bar Insert Right Numbered Display Equation
  102. 102. MathType presents a dialog box Click OK button. Accept the default settings
  103. 103. MathType Window opens Type the 1st equation
  104. 104. Click the Close Button Choose Change and Return to <file Name> Sub Menu from the File Menu
  105. 105. MathType asks Click Yes button
  106. 106. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ =
  107. 107. Choose From MathType Tool Bar Choose Insert Right Numbered Display Equation
  108. 108. Following the above said method Insert the Second Equation
  109. 109. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− =
  110. 110. Enter the Text Subtracting in the next line
  111. 111. Choose Insert Equation Reference From the MathType Tool bar or from the MathType Menu
  112. 112. You are presented with a Insert Equation Reference Dialog Box Click OK
  113. 113. Double click on the Equation Number (1.2).
  114. 114. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting
  115. 115. (1.2) appears after Subtracting
  116. 116. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2)
  117. 117. Type the text from
  118. 118. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from
  119. 119. Choose Insert Equation Reference From the MathType Tool bar or from the MathType Menu
  120. 120. You are presented with a Insert Equation Reference Dialog Box Click OK
  121. 121. Double on the Equation Number (1.1).
  122. 122. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from
  123. 123. (1.1) appears after from
  124. 124. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1)
  125. 125. Type the text gives after(1.1)
  126. 126. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives
  127. 127. Choose From MathType Tool Bar Choose Insert Right Numbered Display Equation
  128. 128. Following above method Insert the Third Equation
  129. 129. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= −
  130. 130. Type the text Using
  131. 131. Choose Insert Equation Reference From the MathType Tool bar or from the MathType Menu
  132. 132. You are presented with a Insert Equation Reference Dialog Box Click OK
  133. 133. Double click on the Equation Number (1.3).
  134. 134. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using
  135. 135. (1.3) appears after Using
  136. 136. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using (1.3)
  137. 137. Type the text We can show that
  138. 138. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using (1.3) we show that
  139. 139. Choose either Insert Inline Equation button on the MathType Tool Bar or Choose the sub menu Insert Inline Equation from the MathType Menu
  140. 140. Insert the Equation 2 cos2 1 sin 2θ θ= −
  141. 141. The Equation appears after the text 2 cos2 1 sin 2θ θ= −
  142. 142. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using (1.3) we can show that 2 cos 2 1 sin 2θ θ= −
  143. 143. A Quick Glance
  144. 144. We have two basic equations now :
  145. 145. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ =
  146. 146. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− =
  147. 147. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting
  148. 148. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2)
  149. 149. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from
  150. 150. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1)
  151. 151. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives
  152. 152. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= −
  153. 153. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using
  154. 154. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using (1.3)
  155. 155. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using (1.3) we show that
  156. 156. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using (1.3) we can show that 2 cos 2 1 sin 2θ θ= −
  157. 157. Inserting Text and Renumbering
  158. 158. INSERTING A TEXT LINE AND EQUATION
  159. 159. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= − Using (1.3) we can show that 2 cos 2 1 sin 2θ θ= −
  160. 160. Just below the equation (1.2), we are going to add - Adding these two together, we obtain ( )2 1 2cos 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= + - and obtain
  161. 161. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.4)θ θ= − Using (1.4) we can show that 2 cos 2 1 sin 2θ θ= − Adding these two together, we obtain ( )2 1 2cos 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= +
  162. 162. Open the page and just below the (1.2) equation type the text- Adding these two together, we obtain
  163. 163. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.4)θ θ= − Using (1.4) we can show that 2 cos 2 1 sin 2θ θ= − Adding these two together, we obtain
  164. 164. Choose From MathType Menu Insert Right Numbered Display Equation
  165. 165. Choose From MathType Tool Bar Insert Right Numbered Display Equation OR
  166. 166. MathType Window opens Type the equation
  167. 167. Click the Close Button on the right top corner MathType asks Click Yes button
  168. 168. (or) Choose Change and Return to <file Name> Sub Menu from the File Menu
  169. 169. Click the Close Button on the right top corner MathType asks Click Yes button
  170. 170. We have two basic equations now : 2 2 cos sin 1 (1.1)θ θ+ = 2 2 2 cos sin cos 2 (1.2)θ θ θ− = Subtracting (1.2) from (1.1) gives ( )1 2sin 1 cos 2 (1.4)θ θ= − Using (1.4) we can show that 2 cos 2 1 sin 2θ θ= − Adding these two together, we obtain ( )2 1 2cos 1 cos 2 (1.3)θ θ= +
  171. 171. Inserting Templates Inserting Symbols Alignment-Nudging Alignment-Spacing Character Formatting
  172. 172. Inserting Templates
  173. 173. Inserting Symbols
  174. 174. Alignment-Nudging 2 x Select and then
  175. 175. Alignment-Spacing
  176. 176. Character Formatting

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