Big integral sign with word 2007

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Hi, everyone! I've been working for a while with the new math editing feature in Word 2007 and find it very impressive. My problem is that the integral sign seems to have a fixed size and I don't know how to scale it vertically to fit, for instance, multiple fractions. I've seen that brackets adjust their size automatically when they contain a fraction (as with Latex \left [ ) but that doesn't happen with the integral sign.

Is it possible to get this or the feature is not implemented?

Thanks in advance for your help.
 

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I don't know if that is possible... not even LaTeX adapts the size of its integral signs, AFAIK.
 

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