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Answered By: [Unclaimed] Last Updated: May 27, 2016 Views: 778
Answered By: [Unclaimed]
Last Updated: May 27, 2016 Views: 778
You will need to use the Equation Editor feature in Microsoft Word.
Use the insert tab, and then click on the Equation option.
Once activated, the equation editor will give you many options for typing in fractions, scripts, brackets, functions, exponents, square roots, and more.
To learn more, we found a helpful video that will get you started: How to Create Equations in Microsoft Word 2010.
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