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This video covers two issues people commonly encounter when working with equations in Microsoft Word 2010.
In the first case, the button is "grayed-out," and you can't even click it. Frustrating!
In the second situation, people want to align the operators of multiple equations.
Let's take a look.
You can find more help with equations on Office.com.
-- Joannie Stangeland
I have managed to insert and write my own equations in MS Word 2007. What I find most frustrating though, is this bar or line next to the equation paragraph that cannot be removed. I thought it will not appear on print-outs, but it does. How do I get rid of this line? It only appears with user-defined equations.
Is it possible that Tracked Changes is turned on? If it is, anytime you add an equation, or make a change in the document, Word will insert a line next to the paragraph. To check whether this is the case, you can click the Review tab, and then click the arrow next to Final: Show Markup, and click Final. If the line goes away, it's flagging a tracked change. To remove the line permanently, accept (or reject) each change.
whereis the video?
Hi Shid, I'm the managing editor of the Office Blog, and the video works. Did you try watching it in a different browser?
Where is the video?
This helped me to create fractions for use in documents. Thank you. However, when I use those fractions in a table and then try to sum them at the bottom of the column I get an "!Unexpected End of Formula" error message. Please could you point me in the right direction for solving that?