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Using the Equation Editor in Google Docs



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The equation editor in Google Docs is the perfect feature for users who use mathematical equations in their documents. So you can quickly and easily insert mathematical equations into your Google online documents.

Launch your browser and go to the Google Docs home page. Open a document, click where you want to insert an equation, and then choose Insert> Equation.

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 A toolbar with drop-down menus for icons, operands, and so on Text input for equations appears.

Click the drop-down menus and select one of the symbols to create an equation.

 Click a drop-down menu to get an equation

After clicking Add as a symbol or operator to complete the equation.

 An example of a mathematical equation.

Add another Equation Simply click the New Equation button in the toolbar.

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When you're done with the Equation Editor and the Sym To hide the toolbar, click View> Show Equation toolbar to remove it.

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<p>  The equation editor in Google Docs uses the LaTeX syntax and recognizes similar shortcuts.You can enter a backslash () followed by the name of a symbol and a space For example, if you enter <code>  alpha </code>the Greek alpha is inserted. </p>
<p>  Google does not have a list of all available shortcuts. If you want to use them, use these links, instead of clicking on the individual drop-down menus to access the icons. </p>
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