Sunday, 25 January 2015 | 0 Comments
This is an update to the second most popular item on this blog, Maths symbols in Word (Mac).
In this screencast, I show a fast method for typing mathematical expressions involving basic symbols (like × and ÷). This method doesn't require the mouse to navigate a menu nor does it require an Equation to be inserted.
One note, in this video I show that there are many symbols available in the Character Viewer, like digits in circles, however if sharing documents with a Windows user, some of these symbols will not work for them.
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