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  • Apr 23, 2006 Hi, I am trying to write equations in microsoft word, but I cant seem to find the editor. Im not sure if I have it.I installed the student version of office mac 2004, should it have come with that? If not, how can I install it. Thanks to all of you in advance.
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  • Aug 03, 2018 Learn how to install the Microsoft Word 2016, 2013, 2010, or 2007 Equation Editor and you’ll be able to make math equations within Word documents. Word 2016 & 2013. For Word 2016 or 2013, the Equation Editor should be available by default. Simply select the “Insert” tab and choose “Equation” under the “Symbols” section.
  • Feb 01, 2013  In this video tutorial we will show you how to install word 2010 equation editor. In order to install word 2010 equation editor, open the Microsoft Word. Go to the 'Insert' tab. Click on 'Equation'.
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In the box of customizable options, click the arrow next to Office Tools and select Equation Editor. Click Install. To use the Equation Editor in an Office application. Open the desired Office application. Click Insert, and then Object. In the list of Object types, choose Microsoft Equation (this will open the Equation Editor).

Note: Office 2010 and 2007 offer built-in equationsupport; see Microsoft's explanations for Word2010 and Word2007.

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In Office 2008 and 2004, Equation Editor is not always part of thetypical installation. To add Equation Editor, follow the appropriateinstructions below; you will need the installation CD or the files youdownloaded from IUware.

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Office 2008 and 2004

Note: In Office for Mac, the Equation Editor istypically installed by default. To check to see if it is installed,see the following path location, replacing versionwith the version of Office you have installed:

If it is not installed already, to add Equation Editor:

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  1. On the desktop, double-click the Microsoft Office 2008 orMicrosoft Office 2004 icon.

    Note: If you are installing a copy downloaded fromIUware, you should have a .dmg file on yourdesktop. Usually, Mac OS X will automatically mount thisfile. If it doesn't, double-click the .dmg file to mount itand start the install process.

  2. The setup window will offer one or two installation options,depending on which version of Office you are installing:
    • The first option is available in both Office 2008 and 2004. InOffice 2008, it is labeled Office Installer. In Office 2004,it is labeled Office Setup Assistant. Follow theinstructions below to use one of these tools.
    • The second option is available only in Office 2004, and is labeledOffice 2004. To install all Office 2004 applications andcomponents (such as the Equation Editor), drag and drop this icon intoyour Applications folder.

  3. Run the Office Setup Assistant or OfficeInstaller, following steps 1 through 4 in the installation.
  4. If you are prompted to select your installation location, eitherchoose the location of a current Office installation, or select thelocation you'd like to use for a new installation.
  5. In the box of customizable options, click the arrow next toOffice Tools and select Equation Editor.
  6. Click Install.

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To use the Equation Editor in an Office application

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  1. Open the desired Office application.
  2. Click Insert, and then Object.
  3. In the list of Object types, choose Microsoft Equation(this will open the Equation Editor).
  4. In the Equation Editor window, form your equation;when finished, click the red X in the upper right to closethe window.
  5. After a moment, the equation will appear in the application.